Ipswich Town team and injury news as Paul Cook makes Bolton Wanderers assessment
Ipswich Town will be without attackers Kyle Edwards and Bersant Celina for the visit of Bolton Wanderers tomorrow as Paul Cook believes Ian Evatt's side will present a challenge to all League One side's this season.
Wanderers travel to Portman Road tomorrow to take on the Tractor Boys in ther third tier of English football.
Bolton sit 12th in the table prior to the game, while Cook's side are in the drop zone at present and seeking their first win of the season in the division.
Delivering a team news update, Cook will be without the duo of Edwards and Celina on the flanks, with the former injured and the latter working his way back to full fitness after overcoming Covid-19.
Defender George Edmundson could make his Ipswich debut since joining from Rangers, while Macauley Bonne could return from injury.
Cook is familiar with Evatt, having been the Bolton boss' manager at Chesterfield.
The Ipswich boss was at the University of Bolton Stadium on Monday evening to watch the draw against Burton Albion and was impressed with what he saw from Wanderers.
And he paid tribute to his old player's acheivements both at Barrow and at Bolton, believing Wanderers will present a challegne to sides in League One this campaign.
"Ian has done amazingly well. I said before I don't think the promotion at Barrow got the credit it deserved," he told Suffolk News.
"Barrow is a great football club, but it's a tough outpost, not just to win games from but to attract players.
"They had a really good style of play and identity, something which he has carried to Bolton Wanderers.
"I was at the game on Monday night and they were really excellent, very pleasing on the eye.
"Bolton are certainly on the way back to where they want to be and I think they'll be a challenge for every team in the division."