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Ipswich midfielder Emyr Huws battling to be fit for Wolves clash
Ipswich have a doubt over midfielder Emyr Huws with a hamstring problem ahead of the visit of Wolves.
On-loan Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams is set to play for the under-23s against Bristol City on Monday as he continues his recovery from shoulder surgery.
Midfielder Luke Hyam, who has just returned from a long spell out with a knee injury, in nursing a minor ankle problem.
Defender Steven Taylor (hamstring) and midfielder Teddy Bishop (groin) continue their rehabilitation along with on-loan Reading forward Dominic Samuel (broken toe), while centre-back Adam Webster (ankle) and midfielder Giles Coke (knee) are long-term absentees.
Wolves will be without defender Michael Williamson following his sending off in the closing stages of Saturday's defeat at Reading.
Manager Paul Lambert made six changes against the Royals, which was a fifth consecutive loss in the Sky Bet Championship.
Defender Dominic Iorfa, Kortney Hause, midfielder Romain Saiss, Ben Marshall and forward Nouha Dicko will all be hoping to retain their place, while Matt Doherty, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and on-loan Derby frontman Andreas Weimann are all options.
Teenage striker Bright Enobakhare is set to play for the under-23s against Aston Villa on Monday, while winger Ivan Cavaleiro (knee), Joe Mason (hernia), Connor Ronan (back), Silvio (foot) and Michal Zyro (knee) are among those recovering from injury.