This weekend’s trip down to Ipswich is shaping up to be a pivotal clash for Paul Cook and Wigan Athletic. Not only does it signal the beginning of the festive period – always a crucial part of the campaign – it’s also a golden opportunity to pick up three points.There’s no way of sugar-coating this…Ipswich Town have stunk out the Championship this term.Just one game short of the halfway mark in the Championship schedule, they’ve won ONE game – courtesy of a late goal at Swansea in October.After pushing Mick McCarthy out of the door at the end of last term, it was all supposed to be about attacking football played on a bed of roses leading to a promotion push this time.But there’s an age-old saying some Town fans should have been wise to: ‘Careful what you wish for’.Because after longing for a club without McCarthy, they now find themselves careering towards League One with only Paul Lambert – a former Norwich hero – to save them.And Latics can’t afford to show them any mercy.As we know, traditionally there’s no-one out-of-form clubs/strikers look forward to playing more than Latics.We only have to go back a couple of months to… Read full this story
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