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Cardiff City v Ipswich Town: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Two of the Championship's most in-form teams will clash in Saturday's early kick off as Cardiff City welcome Ipswich Town to the Welsh capital.

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How to watch Cardiff City v Ipswich Town and TV channel

Cardiff City v Ipswich Town will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

Cardiff City v Ipswich Town kick-off time, date and venue

Cardiff City v Ipswich Town will kick off at 12:30 GMT at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday 9th March 2024.

Cardiff City v Ipswich Town stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Cardiff City head into this game with Championship promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town off the back of three consecutive wins over Stoke City, Bristol City and Huddersfield in the second tier of English football.

These three victories have seen the Bluebirds rise to 10th place in the Championship table, with Erol Bulut's side seven points adrift of the play-off positions and 12 points clear of the relegation zone.

Saturday's visitors Ipswich have won six matches on the trot in the Championship to move within three points of league leaders Leicester City.

Kieran McKenna's men were forced to dig deep in midweek after coming from 2-1 down against Bristol City at Portman Road to prevail 3-2, and the Tractor Boys will hope to carry this momentum into Saturday's meeting with Cardiff.

The last match between Cardiff City and Ipswich in September saw the Suffolk side triumph 3-2 at home with Freddie Ladapo bagging a brace for the hosts.

Cardiff City v Ipswich Town head-to-head record (H2H)

Cardiff City wins

16

Draws

14

Ipswich Town wins

22

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Cardiff City v Ipswich Town team news

Cardiff City team news

Cardiff forward Kion Etete is a doubt ahead of the visit of Ipswich, whilst Jak Alnwick and Mark McGuinness remain out.

Ipswich Town team news

Nathan Broadhead is pushing for a return to action for visitors Ipswich having missed his side's last two matches due to a thigh injury.

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