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Ipswich Town to travel to Wycombe Wanderers in early November for rearranged League One fixture




A new date has been revealed for Ipswich Town's League One trip to Wycombe Wanderers.

The two sides had originally been due to lock horns at Adams Park last Saturday, but the match was postponed due to the home side having three players called up for international duty.

However, following consultation between the league and the clubs, the Tractor Boys will now head to Buckinghamshire on Tuesday, November 2 (7.45pm).

Paul Cook will take his Ipswich side to Wycombe on November 2. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Paul Cook will take his Ipswich side to Wycombe on November 2. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Any tickets purchased for the original fixture will be valid for the rearranged game, while supporters who cannot make the new date will be eligible for a refund.

Meanwhile, Ipswich striker Macauley Bonne has won the supporters' vote for August's Player of the Month award.

The Queens Park Rangers loanee, who scored three goals throughout the month, earned 55.8 per cent of the vote, which was hosted by the club's official Twitter page.

Kyle Edwards (33.1 per cent) was second, followed by Rekeem Harper (6.8 per cent) and Kane Vincent-Young (4.2 per cent).

Ipswich are due to be back in action on Saturday when they welcome Bolton Wanderers to Portman Road (3pm).

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