Matthew Pennington has told Ipswich Town’s official website that his side will need a game plan if they are to beat Leeds United on Wednesday night.
The 24-year-old defender played for Leeds last season on loan from Everton, but struggled to impress. He was often caught out of position or at fault when in possession.
Still out of the reckoning at Everton, Pennington left once again to join Ipswich on a season-long loan and he has made seven appearances for The Potters. His eight likely to come against Leeds on Wednesday.
Speaking after Ipswich’s 2-0 loss to QPR, Pennington spoke of his side’s match against Leeds this week at Elland Road. He reckons his side needs a game plan to land all three points.
“But we want to put things right. We have another tough match at Leeds on Wednesday so we need to go there with a plan and try to get something from the game,” Pennington said.
Leeds suffered a 2-1 defeat to Blackburn on the weekend and will be desperate to put things right. They have dropped from first place into fourth, but remain only two points behind leaders Middlesbrough.
Pablo Hernandez has returned from injury after coming off the bench against Blackburn, while Kemar Roofe also returned. They are both expected to start.