Ipswich 2 Broxbourne 5
Premier AIpswich 2 Broxbourne 5Ipswich are in turmoil at present after yet another defeat. Ipswich are now without a win in their last four games and, to make matters worse, are not playing with any confidence or particularly well.
Ipswich 2 Broxbourne 5
Ipswich are in turmoil at present after yet another defeat.
Ipswich are now without a win in their last four games and, to make matters worse, are not playing with any confidence or particularly well.
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Injuries and suspensions have not helped the team, and with three of the four regulars at the back missing in the last three games, it is enough to unbalance any team.
Josh Fry came in once again and put in a strong performance, while Patel and Youngman have both come in and done well in recent weeks.
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Ipswich started the slower of the two teams and Broxbourne, through influential midfielder Dover, scored from a short corner.
The hosts put together a lovely move to get themselves back in it, Youngman finding captain Reed in the middle of the park laid it off to M Walker who in turn found Cook wide left, and the powerful forward put a lovely ball in for Miller to slam home.
After the second half a sloppy five minute spell saw Broxbourne pull away and although Cook and Reed combined on a short to win a flick, which Miller dispatched, Broxbourne found two more late goals to take all three points.
Ipswich have a tough trip to Bluehearts next week, two places above them in the table, but not in great form themselves, but it will be a good chance for Reed to bring in more youngsters and progress them as Ipswich are now mathematically safe in Prem A for another year.
Possible call ups for Gall, and Woodgate, whilst Cook will drop down to the 3s this week.