Dominic Iorfa says Ipswich Town’s players are feeling confident ahead of Saturday’s trip to Championship table-toppers Leeds United. The Blues are just two points behind the leaders now following Saturday’s results – Town beat Bolton 2-0 at home, while Thomas Christiansen’s men suffered their first defeat of the campaign, losing 1-0 at Millwall.
Ipswich Town beat Bolton Wanderers 2-0 at Portman Road to move back up to fifth in the Championship table. Rock-bottom Bolton, still without a league win following promotion from League One, posed the greater threat in a drab first half as the lively Craig Noone curled a shot over the bar (0.08). The closest Town came was through Dominic Iorfa’s difficult far post header from a Grant Ward corner (0.17). The Blues broke the deadlock less than three minutes after the restart (0.26).
Ipswich Town got back to winning ways with a 2-0 home victory over rock-bottom Bolton Wanderers on Saturday. Blues boss Mick McCarthy admitted it wasn’t the best of performances from his players, but the Blues have now won five of their seven games at the start of this Championship season and could leapfrog league-leaders Leeds with a win at Elland Road this Saturday. Join chief football writer Stuart Watson at 1pm today for a live web chat to discuss Town’s start to the campaign.
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