15 July 2024

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Kieran McKenna has secured a return to The Championship with Ipswich Town after four seasons in League One, guiding them to second place with 98 points.

 

The automatic promotion alongside Plymouth Argyle comes after failing to even reach the play-offs during their previous seasons in the third tier.

Ipswich vs Wolves TV channel, live stream details and kick off time

The latest Wolves news as Gary O’Neil’s side return to Carabao Cup action this week as they take on Championship side Ipswich Town.

Attention turns away from the Premier League for Wolves this week as they return to Carabao Cup action.

 

Gary O’Neil’s side travel to take on Championship team Ipswich in the third round of the competition. Wolves made it to the stage thanks to a 5-0 win over Blackpool in the second round.

 

The game could be a test for Wolves, with Ipswich impressing in the league so far this campaign. The Tractor Boys are currently in second place in the Championship table, having won seven of their first eight games, they beat League One side Reading on penalties in their second round clash.

 

Both teams will be looking to get to the next stage of the competition. Ahead of the game, here is everything you need to know about following the Carabao Cup third round clash.

 

When is the game?

The game takes place on Tuesday, 26 September with kick off at 7:45pm. The match is being played at Ipswich’s Portman Road.

 

No, the game has not been selected for live broadcast. Sky Sports have instead chosen to show Manchester United vs Crystal Palace in the same competition.

 

Goals from the game will be shown on Sky Sports’ Soccer Special during the match. They will also be available on the Sky Sports app and website shortly after the game.

 

Where can I watch highlights?

Highlights will be available on the Sky Sports football app and website shortly after full time. The EFL highlights show will be shown at 12.05am on Thursday morning on ITV1 with a repeat at 2am on ITV4/ The shows will also be available to stream live or after on ITVX.

 

How else can I follow?

BirminghamLive will bring you coverage and reaction from the game. Live commentary of the match is also available on TalkSPORT 2 from 7pm.

 

What are your predictions for the game vs Ipswich? Tell us in the comments section.

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