Ipswich Town v Fulham Match Preview & Best Odds

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Championship outfit Ipswich Town entertain Premier League side Fulham at Portman Road in the EFL Cup on Wednesday evening, therefore now is an ideal time to register a new betting account with any of our featured UK bookmakers where you can help yourself to a wide and varied range of Ipswich Town free bets and other great EFL Cup promotions.


Ipswich Town v Fulham Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Wednesday 1st November 2023


Ipswich Town have already enjoyed a Premier League scalp in this season’s EFL Cup courtesy of a stunning 3-2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the third round of the tournament and they are more than capable of giving Fulham a bloody nose at the very least on Wednesday evening.

Bristol Rovers and Reading came undone against the Tractor Boys in the opening two rounds of this season’s EFL Cup but the Ipswich Town faithful wouldn’t have been too optimistic when they were drawn against Premier League side Wolves at the next stage of the competition. Hopes will have been all but dashed when Wolves soared into a 2-0 lead within the opening fifteen minutes but the East Anglian side responded with goals from Omari Hutchinson (28 minutes), Freddie Ladapo (39 minutes) and Jack Taylor (58) to secure the excellent win and passage into the next round.

Ipswich edged past Plymouth Argyle to the tune of 3-2 in their most recent Championship outing and they are hot on the heels of league leaders Leicester City in the race for the crown, the Tractor Boys also enjoying a game-in-hand over the Foxes.

Fulham have been very much a mixed bag this season with three wins, three draws and four defeats from their opening ten Premier League outings, however they have thus far been the only side to beat league leaders Tottenham Hotspur in a competitive game this term after beating Ange Postecoglou’s side in the second round of the EFL Cup via a penalty shoot-out. The Cottagers brushed aside Norwich City in the last round of the competition and optimism will be high that they can dispose of their East Anglian cousins in this midweek affair.

Ipswich really have little to fear here given that they have won all of their last six outings at Portman Road, however their vulnerabilities in defence mean that the visitors will likely add to the scoreline. This will prove to be a closely-fought affair but we envisage the hosts making home advantage count as they edge their way into the next round of the EFL Cup at Fulham’s expense.


Back Ipswich Town to win at best odds of 12/5