Matchday Recap: Jackson and Judge both at the double as Town come from behind to win

Kayden Jackson heads in his second and Towns third in the victory over Burton Albion. Picture Stev

Kayden Jackson heads in his second and Towns third in the victory over Burton Albion. Picture Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Ipswich Town beat Burton Albion 4-1 this afternoon.

Ipswich host Burton this afternoon having won four of the two teams' five meetings, with three of those games decided by just a single goal.

"They have always been tight games, whether they're in the Championship or in League One, and the first game of the season was like that," midfielder Cole Skuse said.

"They're very well-drilled and Nigel (Clough, manager) has done a great job there and got them very well organised.

"We're going to have to do a bit more than we did on Tuesday night (at Wimbledon) and there's talk of Storm Dennis as well which might play a part in the game.

"You have to deal with that. It's not so much a problem in our stadium because the way the stands are but in the smaller ones the win can break in from the sides."

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