Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst has responded to criticism surrounding his decision to leave two World Cup players on the bench and admitted he may put Bartosz Bialkowski back in goal at Leeds United tomorrow night.
Injuries to Jon Walters and Ellis Harrison have diminished Ipswich Town’s striker options. In part two of this feature, STUART WATSON looks at Paul Hurst’s in-house options if he opts not to sign a free agent.
Kayden Jackson is Ipswich Town’s new No.9 after completing a £1.6m deadline day move Accrington Stanley last week. The 24-year-old speaks about his journey to this point, electric pace and hunger to succeed in the Championship.