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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Fulham vs Ipswich Town Live Free Online Broadcast 1 November 2023

High-flying Championship side Ipswich Town host Premier League outfit Fulham in an intriguing Carabao Cup encounter. Ipswich Town vs. Fulham live stream, schedule preview: Watch EFL Cup online

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How to watch the League Cup match between Ipswich and Fulham, as well as kick-off time and team news.

After receiving promotion from League One in the 2022/23 campaign, Ipswich Town are touted to climb another mountain as they are seeded in the second position in England's second tier. With 34 points from 13 games, the Blues are just behind Leicester City in the table. On the back of four wins on the trott, Ipswich will present a tough challenge for Fulham with the former playing in their own backyard. Their 3-2 comeback against another PL side, Wolves, will help the home side earn immense confidence before facing Fulham.

Fulham, on the other hand, have made a stumbling start to their Premier League season as they hover around the bottom-half of the table. With just three wins in the league this season, the Cottagers have accumulated just 12 points in this term. Despite their recent struggles, Marco Silva's men would be confident of ending the game on the right side of the scoreline.

Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Ipswich vs Fulham kick-off time

Date: November 1, 2023

Kick-off time: 3:45 pm ET / 12:45 pm PT

Venue: Portman Road

Fulham will travel to Portman Road to face Ipswich Town with the kick-off scheduled at 3:45 pm ET / 12:45 pm PT.

Ipswich Town have two injury concerns with Lee Evans and Elkan Baggott touted to miss the clash. While Baggott is nursing a back injury, Evans has been suspended after being booked twice in the Carabao Cup this term.

The Welsh midfielder also has a minor injury concern making him unavailable for selection. On a good note for the home side, former Red Devils defender Axel Tuanzebe returned to the bench alongside Freddie Ladapo but the duo could be on the bench for Ipswich.

Fulham have had a long catalogue of injured players this season with Vinicius becoming the latest entrant to the list. Although the former Spurs player is tipped to return to full fitness really soon, Fulham could miss their striker against Ipswich.

Adama Traore, Issa Diop, Kenny Tete, and Tosin Adarabioyo remain sidelined due to their respective injuries with Traore and Tete inching close to a return.

Raul Jimenez would be the man under massive pressure and the EFL Cup could be the perfect opportunity to break his long-standing drought in front of goal with the Mexican being supported by former Everton man Alex Iwobi.

The Nigerian scored the opener in the Cottager's victory against Norwich City in the previous round of the competition and Iwobi would want to gain some confidence with a few more goals to his name.

Ipswich Town are currently second in the Championship and come up against the side that they could soon be playing regularly in the Premier League, Fulham, in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

The Tractor Boys go into this game in great form, having won their last four league games. They are managed by Kieran McKenna who has worked as assistant manager at Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Fulham have had mixed results of late, they have won two of their last five games in all competitions and are currently 14th in the Premier League.

Marco Silva's side are the only team to have defeated Tottenham Hotspur this season, which they did in the second round of the EFL Cup on penalties.

Fulham had a very good run in the FA Cup last season but ultimately capitulated against Manchester United in the quarterfinals. The Cottagers can make amends for that defeat by getting to the latter stages of the EFL Cup in this campaign.


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