July 12, 2024

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Ipswich Town are currently fighting it out at near the top of the Championship, and one unexpected spanner in the works arrived last weekend in the form of Coventry City’s stoppage-time FA Cup victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

As the Sky Blues squandered their 1-0 lead with two late goals at Molineux, only to wrestle back control in the final minutes of the game to earn a 3-2 win, very few minds would have been on Ipswich’s planned visit to the CBS Arena in April.

However, those two dramatic last-gasp goals from Ellis Simms and Haji Wright could make a tough run-in for the Tractor Boys even tougher.

Coventry booked their place in the FA Cup semi-final against the odds after defeating Premier League side Wolves, before drawing Manchester United for a tie to be held at Wembley Stadium.

The last-four clash is set to be held on the weekend of Saturday 20 April, with precise date and kick-off times yet to be confirmed by the organisers.

However, what is confirmed is that those teams still involved in the cup will not be able to fulfil their league fixtures that weekend, and the fixtures planned for that Saturday will need to be rearranged.

In the case of Coventry, they were due to host Ipswich on that Saturday, so a new time, most likely in midweek, will need to be found for the game.

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