Wednesday are back on the road this weekend as Darren Moore’s men travel to Portman Road to face Ipswich Town.
The Owls are looking to get back to winning ways after failing to claim a victory in our last three outings, losing to Morecambe and Plymouth whilst earning a point against Shrewsbury last weekend.
Our strong start to the campaign keeps us within just two points of sixth place in the league table.
Ipswich go into the fixture on the back of a 1-0 win against Lincoln last time out, the Tractor Boys’ only league victory so far this season.
Last weekend's win means Ipswich have picked up four points from their last three games.
Date: Saturday 25 September
Referee: Andy Davies
Assistant Referee: Nigel Lugg
Assistant Referee: Graham Kane
Fourth Official: Robert Whitton
Live match commentary will be provided by iFollow, while the game will be streamed live overseas.
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Owls: Darren Moore confirmed there were no new injuries to the camp this week. With Massimo Luongo (hamstring) and Josh Windass (hamstring) the only long-term absentees.
The gaffer added that defender Lewis Gibson needs more full training time under the belt before making his Owls debut, with the rest of the squad available for selection.
Ipswich: Paul Cook’s side are without the suspended Sam Morsy and defender Sam Coulson who limped off during Saturday’s win over Lincoln.
Cook has confirmed that former Owl Matt Penney will replace Coulson at left back as he looks set to face his boyhood club for the first time since leaving in the summer.
Following the tragic events that unfolded earlier this week in Killamarsh, the Owls will be donning black armbands at Portman Road as a mark of respect. Our thoughts remain with the families and friends of everybody concerned.
Supporters are encouraged to look at Ipswich Town's comprehensive guide for fans attending the game at Portman Road.
LAST FIVE MEETINGS
2 Feb 2019 | Ipswich 0-1 Wednesday | Championship
25 Aug 2018 | Wednesday 2-1 Ipswich | Championship
6 Mar 2018 | Wednesday 1-2 Ipswich | Championship
22 Nov 2017 | Ipswich 1-1 Wednesday | Championship
29 Apr 2017 | Ipswich 0-1 Wednesday | Championship
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