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‘Ask again after Sunderland away’ - Town fans’ Sunday reflections on Blackpool win and task ahead

Luke Chambers slams home a half-volley to put Ipswich Town in front at Blackpool. Photo: Pagepix Ltd

Luke Chambers slams home a half-volley to put Ipswich Town in front at Blackpool. Photo: Pagepix Ltd

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Ipswich Town fans have been giving their Sunday thoughts on the win at Blackpool yesterday, and looking ahead - here’s a taste of what they’ve been saying...

The Blues climbed back to the summit of League One with a 4-1 thumping of the Seasiders, Luke Chambers starting the rout with a rocket of a half-volley, Gwion Edwards bagging a brace and Teddy Bishop getting on the scoresheet again.

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It was a clinical, impressive showing from Paul Lambert’s men, who have won four and drawn one of their opening five.

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But they now embark on a run of games with foes who one would expect to be in the promotion shake-up, culminating in a trip to fellow League One big boys Sunderland on November 3.

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That starts on Saturday at Portman Road, with the visit of sixth-placed Accrington Stanley.


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