Date: 24th April 2011 at 9:30pm
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Ipswich Town manager Paul Jewell is calling for his team to ‘bounce back’ at Swansea City on Monday after a 5-1 defeat against Norwich City.

The Tractor Boys suffered a heavy home defeat against the Canaries on Thursday who are looking to maintain their 2nd place in the table above Cardiff City who are 3rd.

Ipswich are currently in mid-table and 7 points behind the play-offs and anything less than a win would surely end their slim hopes of a top 6 finish.

Jewell said:

‘Obviously we are still feeling hugely disappointed, but we have to get over that disappointment,’

‘We have had a good end to the season, although of course the Norwich defeat gives us a huge jolt.

‘But what we can do? We can only try and learn from it. It was a horrendous result for us and for the supporters, who I really feel for, but we have to try and bounce back.”


On-loan Ipswich Town striker Tamas Priskin is unable to feature for the Swans against his current club, while the Swans could face former player Jason Scotland.