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Matchday Live: A tale of two penalties as Garbutt levels things up after Chambers’ foul gave Blackpool a spot kick

PUBLISHED: 12:00 23 November 2019 | UPDATED: 16:21 23 November 2019

Gwion Edwards beats Blackpool  keeper Jak Alnwick for an early goal for Town.
  Picture: Steve Waller    www.stephenwaller.com

Gwion Edwards beats Blackpool keeper Jak Alnwick for an early goal for Town. Picture: Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com

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Ipswich Town are in League One action against Blackpool this afternoon.

It's second against fifth at Portman Road, with Paul Lambert's men back in league action following a 17-day lay-off.

"Every game's hard, every game's really tough," Lambert said ahead of this game.

"We don't have a divine right to turn up (and win). If we're going to win we're going to have to play well because it will be a hard game.

"My main concern is my team because every side in this league is tough. If anyone thinks any differently then they're naïve because it's really, really tough and tough division to get out of. We're in a good place.

"Simon's (Grayson) been around and is a good manager who has been at some good clubs.

"They will have to handle us as well. I respect all the guys Blackpool have but we have a really good team as well."

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