FELIXSTOWE & Walton United captain Ben Cranfield will play without fear against Ipswich Town tonight.

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Cranfield will be hoping his team-mates follow his lead when they line-up against the Blues in the quarter-final of the competition at the Goldstar Ground (kick-off 7.45pm).

The former Colchester United striker is on the crest of a wave, after netting 22 goals in 24 games in all competitions for the Seasiders this season.

He said: “I don’t have any fear playing against them. They will be expected to beat us quite comfortably.

“I am not really bothered who I am playing against – I just play to the best of my ability.”

Cranfield said that irrespective of the result it promises to be a great evening for the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division club.

“We played Mildenhall in the previous round and I scored twice in the last ten minutes as we won 2-1.

“At the time I didn’t realise the benefit that the club would reap from that.

“It will put the club’s name out there in the community and it should be a great evening for everyone connected with Felixstowe & Walton United.”

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