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Blackburn v Ipswich: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

A run of two wins in 20 has seen Blackburn dragged into the Championship's relegation battle and they could struggle against promotion-chasing Ipswich on Good Friday.

The Tractor Boys sit third in the table and produced arguably their performance of the season in thumping Sheffield Wednesday 6-0 on 16th March.

The hosts look for a change in fortune and give them some breathing space between them and the relegation zone.

With 10 wins from 19 away trips this season, Kieran McKenna's side will aim to expose Rovers' lack of confidence and boost their Premier League promotion hopes with another victory.

Blackburn v Ipswich

How to watch Blackburn v Ipswich and TV Channel

Blackburn v Ipswich will be broadcast on both Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.

Blackburn v Ipswich kick-off time, date and venue

The match will take place at 17:30 on Friday 29th March at Ewood Park.

Blackburn v Ipswich stats and head-to-head record (H2H)







The pair's various travails over recent years meant September's reverse game was their first meeting since 2019. 

Ipswich won 4-3 at Portman Road but have not recorded a victory at Ewood Park since triumphing 1-0 after extra time in an FA Cup third round replay in January 1996.

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Blackburn team news

Blackburn have struggled this season but still boast the Championship's top scorer in Sammie Szmodics, who will look to add to his 21 goals after winning his first two caps for the Republic of Ireland.

Boss John Eustace may consider recalling Tyrhys Dolan in attack and he, Szmodics and Ryan Hedges are likely to play behind lone striker Sam Gallagher.

Ipswich team news

Wes Burns missed Wales' qualifiers with a hamstring injury and it is unclear if he will be fit for the game in Lancashire.

McKenna is therefore likely to make one change from the side that beat Wednesday, with Ali Al-Hamadi a candidate to replace Burns

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