|Town Announce Norwich Play-Off Ticketing Sat 02nd May 2015 17:06|
Town have announced ticketing details for the two-legged Championship play-off semi-final against Norwich City. The Blues host the Canaries in the first leg next Saturday (KO 12.15pm) with the away game at Carrow Road the following Saturday (KO 12.15pm).
|Delighted McCarthy Looking Forward to "Unbelievable" Play-Off Sat 02nd May 2015 15:42|
Delighted Blues boss Mick McCarthy says he's looking forward to the Blues’ “unbelievable” play-off semi-final against local rivals Norwich City, Town having been confirmed in sixth in the Championship despite losing 3-2 at Blackburn in their final league game this afternoon.
|Blackburn Rovers 3 - 2 Ipswich Town - Player Ratings and Reports Sat 02nd May 2015 14:33|
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|Blackburn Rovers 3-2 Town - Match Report Sat 02nd May 2015 14:17|
Town will face East Anglian rivals Norwich City in the Championship play-off semi-finals after a 3-2 defeat at Blackburn and results elsewhere saw the Blues finish sixth. Daryl Murphy put Town ahead in the second minute but goals from Jordan Rhodes, Craig Conway and Rudy Gestede saw the home side into a 3-1 lead before Murphy netted a late penalty.
|Blackburn 2-1 Town - Half-Time Sat 02nd May 2015 13:14|
Daryl Murphy put the Blues ahead in only the second minute but Jordan Rhodes and hit back late in the half to make it 2-1 to Blackburn at half-time. As the scores stand at the break Town will finish fifth and will face Middlesbrough in the play-offs.
|Blackburn Rovers v Ipswich Town - Chatroom Open Sat 02nd May 2015 12:00|
If you're not at Ewood Park this Saturday lunchtime, join us and hundreds others in the chatroom as we watch the play-off race unfold.
|Tabb Returns at Blackburn Sat 02nd May 2015 11:38|
Jay Tabb’s return to the left of midfield in place of Stephen Hunt is the only change to the Blues’ line-up for this afternoon’s crucial final day game at Blackburn Rovers (Sky Sports 2, midday, KO 12.15pm).
|Chambo Dreaming of Wembley Fist-Pump Sat 02nd May 2015 06:00|
Town skipper Luke Chambers admits he has dared to dream about crowning the current campaign with his famous fist-pump celebration at Wembley.
|McCarthy: Terrific Skipper Epitomises Team Sat 02nd May 2015 06:00|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes “terrific” skipper Luke Chambers typifies his Blues squad, who he says he's lucky to have at the club. Chambers, 29, will lead out Town out at Blackburn this afternoon with the Blues requiring just a point to confirm their place in the play-offs.