Virus leaves boss on the sidelines for Boro visit
The Town boss has not been at the Club since Tuesday after being laid low by the illness.
“I have spoken to Mick through the week and I know how bad he has been feeling,” assistant manager Terry told the Club website.
“As far as I can remember in all my time working with Mick, it will be the first game he has missed so that shows you how bad he feels.
“We are fully prepared for the game though and the best remedy we can give Mick is to give him three points this afternoon.”
The boss is set to stay tuned to the action again Boro via the Club’s Ipswich Player service.