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Ipswich’s board will be looking for a reaction against Charlton this week after sacking Paul Cook in the wake of Saturday’s 0-0 FA Cup second round draw with Barrow.

But it will be no easy task for incoming caretaker John McGreal, who was only brought in as Under-23 coach a few days ago, to galvanise a group of players who were largely brought in by Cook in the summer. Results haven’t lived up to expectations in Suffolk, but this move may not have the consequences the board hoped for unless their next permanent appointment is made swiftly and intelligently.

Ipswich’s away form has been so up and down, it’s hard to get a handle on what they could do here – but Charlton have proven tough to beat at home since Nigel Adkins’ dismissal.

Johnnie Jackson has overseen four wins and a draw from his five games in l of the Addicks at The Valley and it’s hard to see past them in this situation. A brilliant home win over then-leaders Plymouth followed a creditable draw with current table-toppers Rotherham, so they can certainly mix it with the very best in the division.

Prediction:Ipswich town to win.


The hosts have scored an average of 1.78 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.64 goals.

Prediction:Both teams to score.

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