|Vincent-Young and Wilson Guests at Supporters Club Quiz Mon 17th Feb 2020|
Kane Vincent-Young and James Wilson will be the players making a guest appearance at the John Eastwood Memorial Masters Quiz which is being held by the Ipswich Branch of the Supporters Club in Beattie’s on Thursday 20th February (doors open 7pm for a prompt 7.30pm start).
|Ipswich Town 4-1 Burton Albion - Match Report Sat 15th Feb 2020|
Alan Judge and Kayden Jackson netted two goals apiece as the Blues came from behind to beat Burton Albion 4-1 at Portman Road. Jamie Murphy gave the Brewers the lead in the sixth minute but Judge levelled for Town on 29, then Jackson put the Blues in front just before the break. The former Accrington man made it 3-1 seven minutes after the restart, then Judge added the fourth on 63.
|Ipswich Town 2-1 Burton Albion - Half-Time Sat 15th Feb 2020|
Goals from Alan Judge and Kayden Jackson have given the Blues a 2-1 half-time lead over Burton Albion, the Brewers having taken an early lead via Jamie Murphy.
|Garbutt Returns as Blues Make Five Changes Against Burton Sat 15th Feb 2020|
Luke Garbutt, Will Keane, Gwion Edwards, Jon Nolan and Alan Judge return to the Blues line-up for this afternoon’s game against Burton Albion.
|Lambert: Home Games Make or Break Fri 14th Feb 2020|
Boss Paul Lambert says Town’s nine remaining home games, starting with tomorrow’s visit by Burton Albion, will make or break the Blues’ promotion aspirations.
|Earl: Town System Suits Me Mon 10th Feb 2020|
Loan signing Josh Earl would love the opportunity of a run in the Town side as he is a big fan of the new-look defensive formation favoured by manager Paul Lambert in recent weeks.
|Earl Delighted to Make Blues Debut Despite Defeat Mon 10th Feb 2020|
Josh Earl may have been kept waiting to make his Town debut but he has no regrets about grabbing his chance of a loan move from Preston.
|Blues Travel to Wimbledon Aiming For Quick Return to Top Six Mon 10th Feb 2020|
Town travel to face AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday night looking to make a swift return to the top six.
|Wilson: Tough One to Take But Positives From Performance Sun 09th Feb 2020|
Blues defender James Wilson admitted the 1-0 loss at Sunderland was tough to take with Town having dominated the first half and having had a number of chances. The 30-year-old says no one at Portman Road is panicking despite a third successive defeat having seen Town drop out of the top six for the first time since the opening day of the season.
|Sunderland 1-0 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 08th Feb 2020|
Chris Maguire’s 81st minute goal saw Sunderland to a 1-0 victory over Town at the Stadium of Light, sending the Blues down to seventh in League One. The Blues were much the better team in the first half but the Black Cats, who are up to sixth, were on top in the second and had hit the woodwork twice prior to their winner.
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