Leadbitter sidelined for Iron clash

Ipswich will again be without midfielder Grant Leadbitter for the visit of fellow strugglers Scunthorpe in the Championship on Saturday.

Last Updated: 12/03/10 at 11:58

Leadbitter: Banned for Scunthorpe clash

Leadbitter: Banned for Scunthorpe clash

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Leadbitter will sit out through suspension after being booked 10 times this season so Owen Garvan will continue alongside David Norris in the heart of midfield.

Manager Roy Keane saw his side put in one of their finest performances of the season on Tuesday night as they beat Cardiff 2-0 and is unlikely to make changes if he can help it.

Daryl Murphy scored both goals against the Bluebirds to take his tally to five goals in eight games since joining on loan from Sunderland and he will partner David Healy in attack once more.

Keane remains without long-term absentees Richard Wright and Luciano Civelli, who are recovering from knee surgery.

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