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Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to today's disappointing defeat to Oxford on social media - here's a taste of what they're saying...

Oxford United visit Ipswich Town today in what has looks like a 'must-win' for both sides. Mark Heath takes a look at the U's season so far and their key storylines heading into the game.

It's been another busy week at Portman Road. Mark Heath takes a look at the Town stories which got the most interest online....

Town bounced back from Sunday's heavy FA Cup exit in the best possible way as they claimed a third East Anglian derby triumph of the season with a 10-0 victory over rivals Norwich City at Plantation Park.

Two words seem to be dominating the Ipswich Town landscape at present - "must win", writes Dave Gooderham.

For the first time in many years, I have missed two consecutive home games, writes Karl Fuller.

Would the real Ipswich Town please stand up? Is it the one which was so woeful against Wimbledon, or the team who played Burton off the park? I really wish I knew the answer, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

Ipswich Town Women's manager Joe Sheehan remained positive following the heavy defeat to Manchester City in the FA Cup Fifth Round this afternoon.

In his latest Town column, Dave Gooderham asks questions of Paul Lambert, tries to find some positives, and considers what the cost of not even reaching the play-offs could be to the Blues.

Ipswich Town fans gave ther views to our #Gameday cameras after last night's 0-0 draw at AFC Wimbledon - here's what they had to say!

Another game against top-eight opposition, another defeat and we now find ourselves outside the play-offs and eight points off the top of the table, writes Karl Fuller. How things have really nosedived in just two weeks!

Mark Heath, Stuart Watson and Ross Halls are back with another edition of the Kings of Anglia Ipswich Town podcast - and the boys tackle an uncomfortable question!

Ipswich Town head to promotion rivals Sunderland this weekend with the pressure mounting on both sides as the season approaches its crescendo. Mark Heath takes a look at state of play at the Stadium of Light.

Ipswich Town's Kayden Jackson opened up about missing penalties and coping with defeat during a visit to an Ipswich school to encourage youngsters to take care of their mental health.

It has always been one of those journalistic conundrums, writes Dave Gooderham. How far do you push the constructive criticism of the team you are reporting on?

Ipswich Town fans have been giving their views on who should be the club's first choice keeper this weekend - here's what they have to say.

Though he's currently injured, Kane Vincent-Young made an instant impression with Town fans since his arrival in the summer from Colchester United. Kings of Anglia editor MIKE BACON went to meet him.

Ipswich Town star Kayden Jackson is to visit Whitehouse Primary School in Ipswich as part of a bid to encourage children as young as five to look after their mental health.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says he'll decide this week who the Blues' first-choice goalkeeper going forward will be - but who would you pick?

Gwion Edwards believes he has grown into Ipswich Town's right wing-back role after being handed a run of starts by manager Paul Lambert.

It's fair to say life as an Ipswich Town fan is never dull, writes Dave Gooderham. In the space of seven days, we continued to show different ways of winning football matches and celebrated returning to the summit before swiftly slipping back down following a dismal midweek showing.

Who's afraid of the big, bad Woolf? Ok, he's big, but bad he certainly is not, writes Karl Fuller.

Ipswich Town take on Rotherham United in a top two League One clash at the New York Stadium tonight. STUART WATSON previews the action.

Ipswich Town Women will face defending champions Manchester City in the last 16 of the FA Cup, in what will be the biggest game in their history.

Mark Heath, Stuart Watson and Producer Ross are back with another episode of the Kings of Anglia podcast.

Women's FA Cup Fourth Round

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Ipswich Town Women's historic FA Cup run continued yesterday as they upset higher league Huddersfield Town in their own stadium.

Ok, the scoreline says 1-0, but we all know the reality was very different, writes North Stander Terry Hunt. We were absolutely streets ahead of Lincoln. The visitors will be pleased to have avoided a real thrashing.

Ipswich Town fans spok to the #Gameday cameras before and after yesterday's 1-0 win over Lincoln City which saw the Blues move back to the top of League One - here's what they had to say.

Young Ipswich Town star Idris El Mizouni has joined Cambridge United on loan for the rest of the season.

Former Ipswich Town loanee Tayo Edun makes his return to Portman Road with Lincoln this weekend - with Imps boss Michael Appleton comparing the dimunitive midfielder to a 'Rolls Royce'.

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