Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna says the degree of Leif Davis’ injury is unknown following yesterday’s 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday.
Ipswich Town won their sixth Championship game of the season Sunday, defeating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 at Hillsborough.
Conor Chaplin’s goal just before halftime gave the Tractor Boys all three points, putting McKenna’s side in third position ahead of a midweek trip to Southampton.

However, full-back Davis was forced off the field due to injury in yesterday’s game; Davis assisted on Chaplin’s goal but was taken off soon after.

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And, when asked about the 23-year-old’s injury, Town manager McKenna said:

“We don’t know how bad Davis’ injury is yet, but he’s in a boot.” He rolled and then had his ankle stepped on, which is never a good combination.

“He was excellent in the first half, and we’ll see how he is, but Brandon [Williams] came into the team and showed real toughness, which helped us see out the result.”

Davis, a former Leeds United player, was instrumental in Ipswich’s promotion from League One last season, appearing 43 times and producing 14 assists; his assist in yesterday’s game was his second of the season.

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