“It’s a fantastic competition and we will be approaching the game like we do every match, looking to win it and progress"
Paul Lambert wants to continue the winning habit of this season when Town open up the FA Cup campaign against Lincoln at Portman Road on Saturday.
Blues put aside the promotion challenge for a week and go looking for a first victory in the FA Cup since a third round win over Blackpool in January 2010.
“It’s a fantastic competition, the FA Cup, and we will be approaching the game like we do every match, looking to win it and progress,” writes the Town boss in his column in Saturday’s matchday programme.
“Winning games of football is a nice habit to have, whatever the competition.
“There will be a few changes to the team that won at Rochdale in the week. We have got players who need game time but whoever pulls on an Ipswich Town shirt, I trust them to do a good job for the team.”
A crowd of around 10,000 is expected for the game. Tickets are £10 for adults; seniors 65+ and U23s £5; U19s £2. Full tickets details here.