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Plymouth vs. Ipswich Prediction, Tips & Stats

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        • (63') B. Galloway (OG)
        • (74') K. Moore
        • (72') B. Galloway
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        • (59') J. Sarmiento
        • (71') C. Chaplin
        • (78') L. Travis

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            Morgan Whittaker and Conor Chaplin Both To Score @ 13/2
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            Plymouth vs. Ipswich Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Amidst one of the most entertaining Championship promotion races in recent memory, Ipswich Town are looking to keep the pressure on Leicester City and Leeds United, while staving off the threat of the chasing Southampton, as they make the journey down south to take on Plymouth Argyle.

            Plymouth Argyle currently find themselves in 15th place in the EFL Championship, with 40 points to their name. Having secured promotion from League One last season, Ian Foster's side have adapted admirably to the challenges of the higher division, charting a course that steers them clear of the relegation zone.

            Recent outings have seen Plymouth endure a spell of mixed fortunes, with just one win in their last five games. However, a reminder of their quality emerged in their most recent fixture, as they secured a commendable 2-0 victory over Middlesbrough away from home. Goals from Matthew Sorinola and Ryan Hardie underscored a resilient performance, offering a timely reminder of Plymouth's potential on the pitch.

            Under the stewardship of Ian Foster, who assumed the managerial reins from Steven Schumacher in early January, Plymouth have shown signs of promise despite Foster's relatively limited managerial experience. Spearheading their attack is Morgan Whittaker, whose prolific form with 17 league goals has caught the eye of admirers across the footballing landscape. Alongside him, Ryan Hardie's contributions with 12 league goals have provided Plymouth with a potent attacking threat.

            As they prepare to face Ipswich Town, Plymouth will be eager to capitalise on their recent victory and build momentum towards securing a respectable finish in the league.

            Meanwhile, Ipswich Town emerge as one of the most surprising narratives of the EFL Championship this season. Positioned in 3rd place with 72 points, Kieran McKenna's side have defied expectations with their remarkable ascent from League One.

            Despite a brief wobble in form during the midseason period, Ipswich have reaffirmed their credentials with an impressive run of results, culminating in four consecutive victories. Their most recent triumph, a 3-1 win over Birmingham City, showcased the attacking prowess of Conor Chaplin, Jeremy Sarmiento, and loanee Omari Hutchinson, who have been instrumental in Ipswich's resurgence.

            With Hutchinson leading the charge with three goals in his last five games, Ipswich boast a dynamic attacking unit, complemented by the goal-scoring exploits of Chaplin and Nathan Broadhead. Under the astute guidance of manager Kieran McKenna, Ipswich has evolved into a formidable force in the league, embodying resilience and determination with each passing fixture.

            As they prepare to renew acquaintances with Plymouth Argyle, Ipswich will draw inspiration from their earlier triumph this season, aiming to replicate their success and consolidate their position among the promotion contenders.

            For our Plymouth vs. Ipswich prediction, we're going for a 3-2 win for the away side.

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            The Pilgrims are coming into this game with a clean bill of health and will almost certainly name the same XI that started the 2-0 win over Middlesbrough last time out.

            Ipswich Team News

            Likewise, Ipswich are boasting an injury-free squad at present but Kieran McKenna has a tendency to rotate a change or two is likely for this one.

            Jeremy Sarmiento and Omari Hutchinson sealed the three points with goals off the bench against Birmingham last time out so we can expect the two of them to be drafted into the starting XI here, likely at the expense of Nathan Broadhead and Wes Burns respectively.

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