Confidence is key in any battle for promotion! It’s exciting to see players and teams believing in their ability to achieve their goals. How are Ipswich Town gearing up for the challenge against Leeds United?

Ipswich Town midfielder Jack Taylor insists his side can ‘definitely’ claim the second automatic promotion place ahead of Leeds United – but the Tractor Boys are not getting too carried away with two more games to play.

Kieran McKenna’s side can climb back into second if they take anything from Coventry City this evening, with Saturday’s dramatic 3-3 draw at Hull City pulling them level on points with Leeds, having played a game less. Coventry cannot make a late push for play-offs and so have little to play for, although that lack of pressure could help, rather than hinder.Regardless of the result at the CBS Arena, the race to join Leicester City in the automatic places will go to the final day and this evening’s game will only decide who has fate in their own hands come Saturday. Ipswich host relegation strugglers Huddersfield Town on the final day and Taylor insists his side are well placed to break Leeds hearts.