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Ipswich Town midfielder Lee Evans says tonight’s Carabao Cup clash with Bristol Rovers is a chance for the Blues’ fringe players to show what they can do.
Evans is likely to play as part of a much-changed XI to that which took the field at Sunderland in the Championship on Sunday, as boss Kieran McKenna rotates his squad.
And the Welshman, who was having a brilliant season last campaign before injury struck in February, believes the clash – Town’s first home game of this season, on their new pitch – will be something special.
Lee Evans will likely be part of a much-changed Town starting XI tonight (Image: Pagepix Ltd)
“It’s going to be a really good occasion” he said. “First time on the new pitch, I think we’re going to get a good crowd in as well.
“It’s an important competition to the club. There’s a lot of boys who will want to go out and put on a good performance, so that’s what we’re going to look to do.”
He added: “It’s a long old season and it’s a squad game. Everyone’s going to be needed.
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“We just need to make sure that we’re as fit as we can be and make sure we’re playing well and in good form.
“I’m sure the manager will be changing the team from game to game, so it’s important that we’re ready when called upon.”
Evans continued: “They’re a good team, with a good manager. They’re going to come here trying to get a positive result and go through to the next round.
“We’re going to do the same. We want to have a good run in this competition.”
McKenna is set to rotate his squad (Image: Ross Halls)
Asked if a cup run could be a complication for Town as they look to mount another promotion push in the league, Evans was steadfast in his reply.
He said: “I don’t think it’s a problem, because we’ve got so much depth to the squad. I think people can tap in and out.
“It’s a game that a lot of us are looking forward to, the first competitive game since last season for quite a few of us.
“I don’t think it will be a tough balance. The manager will have his thoughts on Saturday as well, but for us, whoever the 11 is who go out there, we just want to do all we can to get a positive result.
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“Everyone here wants to play. It’s a fantastic club to play for and I experienced that at the start of last season.
“Everyone wants to play as much as they can, but the manager can only pick the 11 and the subs at any one time.
“You’ve just got to do all you can in training to make sure you’re ready for when you’re called upon.”