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PREVIEW: IPSWICH v WOLVERHAMPTON (Prem)

IPSWICH and Wolverhampton are both back to full strength for tonight’s (Monday) televised Premiership clash at Foxhall.

The Witches have lost their last six matches but welcome back Jason Crump at No.1 after he suffered rib damage in the reverse fixture, whilst Wolves skipper Rory Schlein is back after missing two matches.

Leon Flint makes his official debut for the Monmore side after replacing Tom Bacon in the Rising Star position.

Ipswich boss Ritchie Hawkins said: “I am super-happy to have a full 1-7 and to have Crumpy back. He adds more to the team than just his points.

“Anders (Rowe) has been rewarded for his great start to the season by moving up into the team, which is something I am sure he will thrive on. I think being at No.2 will suit him and he will make the most of it.

“I’m sure if we show the same fighting spirit as we showed last week, and I’m sure we will at home, then we can keep building. We look a good team and we are looking better every meeting, and hopefully we take that into Monday because we definitely need the win.”

Wolves star Sam Masters said: “I’m pleased with my form in the Championship, but I know I need to step it up with Wolverhampton.

“Ipswich will be a tough one because they’ve got strength in every department and it’s a meeting I’m looking forward to.”

IPSWICH: Jason Crump, Anders Rowe, Danny King, Jake Allen, Craig Cook, Drew Kemp, Paul Starke.
WOLVERHAMPTON: Sam Masters, Luke Becker, Nick Morris, Ryan Douglas, Rory Schlein, Broc Nicol, Leon Flint.