What went on in the past five days at Town
The U23s were in action against Colchester at Playford Road. Andre Dozzell and Toto Nsiala both played the full 90 minutes as Gerard Nash's side ran out 4-1 winners to remain top of the Professional Development League Two South table. An own goal set Blues on their way to the three points before Kai Brown, Bailey Clements and Tommy Hughes all found the back of the net.
Town released a story regarding Will Keane's hamstring injury while Paul Lambert emphasised just how important a match it is for Blues against Reading this weekend.
Armando Dobra signed his first professional contract with the Club.
Saturday's Community Champion, Bowza, visited Playford Road to meet Paul Lambert and the players ahead of his big day at Portman Road. See more here.
Paul Lambert spoke to the press ahead of the clash against Reading. Jon Nolan also gave his thoughts on the visit of the Royals.
Grant Ward also said he is making good progress as he looks to recover from a cruciate ligament injury. The midfielder ruptured his ligaments against QPR in December and is expected to be out of action for between nine months and a year.
Luke Chambers spoke about Flynn Downes. The Blues skipper said the young midfielder has "all the credentials" to be a top player.
Paul Lambert reiterated that Blues simply have to beat Reading to have any chance of remaining in the Championship. Town are running a promotional offer for the game and one of the biggest crowds of the season is expected at Portman Road.
Alan Judge also said he is enjoying being a Blue and hopes to sit down and discuss his future at the Club in the coming weeks. The full interview with the Irish midfielder is in Saturday's matchday programme.
Town v Reading at Portman Road [3pm kick-off]. Blues fans can purchase tickets on the gate with adults paying £12 in all areas of the stadium, 65+ and U23s £8 and U19s £3.
The U18s face Cardiff City at Playford Road [kick-off 11am]. Admission is free for all supporters wishing to attend.