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Live online football streaming: Watch Ipswich v Cardiff (Npower Championship)
Table-toppers Cardiff travel to second-from-bottom Ipswich on Saturday evening (5:15pm UK time) with both sides desperate for points for reverse reasons.
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Current Ipswich striker, and former Cardiff man Michael Chopra, has stolen much of the pre-match headlines for reasons not connected with the Beautiful Game.
Chopra has this week been charged with race fixing by the British Horseracing Authority, yet despite that fact Town manager Paul Jewell told a press conference Chopra is in his squad for Saturday’s home fixture with Cardiff City and will be considered for selection.
Ipswich would have had plenty of headaches to contend with before the Chopra story broke following a poor run of eight games without a win, nevertheless the East Anglians do have some room to be thankful for the match with Cardiff knowing that the Tractor Boys have won 6 of the last seven matches (the other being a draw) against the Welshmen.
Yet Cardiff are looking formidable at the moment. In Craig Bellamy and Peter Whittingham the Bluebirds have two match winners in the final third, while at the back Mark Hudson is a rock at centre-half.
If Cardiff ever wanted to break Ipswich’s spell over them, this Saturday looks like the perfect occasion to make that happen.
- Updated: October 2, 2012