What Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna says about his Friday’s postponed match

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna is optimistic about his team’s upcoming match after their previous game

was postponed due to weather. The Blues have had a break since their last victory against Preston North End on

October 7, with both the international break and the recent cancellation contributing to this extended pause.

Regarding their opponent, McKenna expects a tough match against mid-table Bristol City, describing them as an energetic and hard-working team with good players. He anticipates an open game with both teams showing attacking intent and hopes for an exciting match. He emphasized the importance of delivering a strong performance, recognizing the slim margins between teams in the league.

McKenna believes that the support of Town fans, who are traveling to the game, will be crucial. He expressed how the players miss performing in front of the supporters and looks forward to having them back in the stands.

In terms of injuries, Wes Burns and Freddie Ladapo are sidelined, with Elkan Baggott also dealing with some back stiffness but expected to return soon.

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