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Ipswich Town Insights: The BIG Blues podcast (Episode 3, post Barnsley)

Ipswich players celebrate at Barnsley Picture Pagepix

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It’s all going swimmingly for Ipswich Town at the moment.

Two wins from two in the Championship to kick off their season, plus a banana-skin avoided in the Carabao Cup at League Two Luton Town, the Blues head to Millwall on Tuesday evening in buoyant mood.

Victory at The Den would make it nine points from nine at the start of the season, ahead of Saturday’s home clash with Brentford at Portman Road.

Looking ahead to those games, plus reviewing the win at Barnsley, are sports writer Chris Brammer and chief-football writer, Stuart Watson.

The duo discuss Town’s new-found attacking prowess, the form of defender Jonas Knudsen and goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski, and what Mick McCarthy might do in the transfer window, given Ipswich’s lengthy injury-list which has hit their defence and decimated their midfield.

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