Gwion Edwards’ brace fired Ipswich to the highest of League One as they earned a powerful 4-1 win at Blackpool.
Luke Chambers and Teddy Bishop had been additionally on the scoresheet as Paul Lambert’s workforce prolonged their unbeaten begin to the season.
Chambers’ first league purpose for practically 14 months broke the impasse, the defender choosing out the highest nook with a surprising volley from Edwards’ move within the sixteenth minute.
Edwards was then readily available to double the lead 9 minutes earlier than the break following a scientific counter-attack and Bishop’s glorious solo purpose on the stroke of half-time left Neil Critchley’s aspect with a mountain to climb.
Blackpool improved within the second half and striker Gary Madine pulled a purpose again on the hour-mark with a close-range end earlier than being thwarted by a wise save from Tomas Holy.
But Edwards’ second purpose 10 minutes from time killed off the competition and consigned the hosts to a fourth defeat of their opening 5 league matches.