Ipswich look to benefit from break
While Coventry City have been battling in vain to take points off Championship highfliers Cardiff City and QPR this Christmas, New Year's Day opponents Ipswich Town have been kicking their heels following the postponement of their two fixtures.
Not that manager Roy Keane is concerned however, believing his men will be boosted both 'physically' and 'mentally' from their enforced break.
"When you ask players to play four games in eight days you have to be very careful because injuries are going to happen," said Keane, quoted in the 'Green Un.
"I have players who have been carrying knocks for a month or so and I knew they would not have been in a position to play in every one of those matches.'
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