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Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says that Toto Nsiala and James Wilson have earned the starting spots in the centre of the Blues’ defence - but he expects new signing Mark McGuinness to push them all the way.

With an EFL trophy game and the new League One season upon us, it’s been a very busy week for Ipswich Town - here are our most-read stories of the last seven days.

EADT and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath shares his thoughts on the season ahead - and who he thinks holds the key to success this campaign.

Ipswich Town will host Premier League Fulham in the second round of the Carabao Cup next Wednesday night, the club have confirmed.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says his in-demand midfield star Flynn Downes won’t be considered for this weekend’s Carabao Cup clash with Bristol Rovers amid ‘unsettling’ transfer bids and interest from the Premier League.

Ipswich Town finally play their first competitive game since March 7 this weekend – so how are you feeling going into the new season?

Ipswich Town played West Ham and Cambridge United, had transfer interest in a young star and saw their first league fixture of the season moved last week - here’s our most-read Town stories from the previous seven days.

Scottish side Ayr United are keeping tabs on Ipswich Town striker Aaron Drinan, with a view to bringing him back to Somerset Park.

Ipswich Town wil face Bristol Rovers in the first round of the 2020/21 Carabao Cup after this morning’s draw.

Ipswich Town are the joint-fourth favourites to lift the League One title in 2020/21, according to bookies.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has spoken of his frustrations in the transfer market, insisting the club have to sign players because ‘last season wasn’t good enough.’

Ipswich Town’s first team players have returned to training today after months off due to the coronavirus pandemic – with the team preparing for the new League One season to kick off in September.

Gillingham boss Steve Evans has been hailed as ‘one of the best managers in English football’ after he steered the Gills to finish above Ipswich Town in League One last season.

Paul Lambert may be under fire after Ipswich Town’s poor season, but he’s not going anywhere. Mark Heath looks at the key tasks on the Blues boss’ to-do list this summer if Town are to improve next season.

In the wake of Ipswich Town’s dismal 2019/20 season, we ran a series of polls asking fans who and what was to blame. After more than 2,500 votes, here are the results...

We’ve been without football for more than three months now, but it’s still been a busy week of Ipswich Town news - here’s our most-read stories.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been his toughest challenge as a manager.

Even though the season is over, there’s still a lot of news around Ipswich Town - here’s our most-read stories of the week.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert says he fears for the future of clubs if football has to be played behind closed doors for an extended period of time.

In his final column of the season, North Stander Terry Hunt looks at some of the myriad of questions surrounding Ipswich Town after their underwhelming 11th-place finish in League One.

It’s been a very busy week in Ipswich Town news - here’s our most-read Town stories from the past few days...

Paul Lambert believes his current Ipswich Town squad is strong enough ‘to go again’ even if he is afforded little room to move in the transfer market this summer.

East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath gives his take on Ipswich Town’s underwhelming 2019/20 season - and calls for action, rather than words, from the club, as it continues to sink...

So, is Ipswich Town’s season over? Who knows...the confusion, delays and dithering just go on and on. No-one appears capable of making a decision, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has called for better leadership from the football authorities in deciding the fate of the current season - and said that the Premier League should help ensure those in lower tiers are protected from coronavirus if and when the game returns.

With Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to address the nation tomorrow about the potential easing of lockdown measures, football could take a step closer to a return. Mark Heath looks at when and how that might happen, plus how the game may have to change.

With the season currently suspended due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Sky Sports has used popular game Football Manager to predict the final standings in League One.

The yawning chasm in finances and player wages between the Championship and League One has been laid bare in a leaked survey.

Teams could be allowed to make up to five substitutions in a game once football returns amid the coronavirus pandemic.

One of Paul Lambert’s former players has offered a fascinating insight into his management style – and suggested that the Ipswich boss perhaps hasn’t adapted his approach to move with the times.

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