Two of the League One form teams are competing against each other tonight, with promotion points at stake in the 7pm kick -off
Welcome to another midweek game night and what game we have in store for you tonight.
Hull City is making the long journey to Ipswich Town to take two away wins in a row over the past few days after Saturday’s 3-1 win at MK Dons.
The challenge won’t be easy for Grant McCann’s men with Ipswich just two points behind leaders City in third place in the league.
The winner of the 97. Saturday’s Minute, which secured a 2-1 win over Shrewsbury, was the sixth straight home win, which is the division’s best, despite City’s fifth record on the road with a 3-1 win in Buckinghamshire.
We bring you key bits of information from the Suffolk, followed by 6pm team news and all game action as the Tigers hope to improve their promotion data by three points, followed by a full-time response.
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Ipswich had the whole ball but looks scaly on the back, so it has been shown that City is in control of it with a goal at each end of half. They lead 2-0, I make my way to an ice bath to cool off.
City had weathered the storm from home and hit her on the counter with the classic fool.
The ball fell nicely onto Magennis in the six-yard box and he shot into the net. What a time to make it 2-0.
Although City looks dangerous during the break when he has three minutes more time.
Norwood tries to connect to the back post with a deep cross but can’t bet much on it and behind that it goes.
You need to get a little narrower in the middle of the park, City. Too many crosses come in their box.
40 – What an opportunity for City. Sloppy out of town, the ball goes across the field to Wilks 30 meters away and instead of rolling unmarked into Magennis, it goes itself before it is unpacked – the ball comes to Elder, who plays so high it almost goes out of the ground.
Ingram’s rescue on the other end was a good reflex amid a group of bodies, a bloody mess before they cleared it up.
Adelakun then strolls around and shoots, that is distracted and goes into Holy hands.
Wilks breaks and goes into the box a little too easily, City wants a pen. Nothing to do.
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