|Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Town Tue 30th Sep 2014|
Returning loanee Jonny Williams struck four minutes after coming off the bench to claim a 1-1 draw for the Blues at Sheffield Wednesday. The Crystal Palace man, making his second Town debut, half-volleyed home in the 63rd minute, Atdhe Nuhiu having put the Owls ahead in the fifth minute.
|Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Town - Half-Time Tue 30th Sep 2014|
Atdhe Nuhiu’s fifth minute goal sees the Blues trailing Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 at the break at Hillsborough.
|Irish Boss to Watch Town Tue 30th Sep 2014|
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill will watch Town’s game at Sheffield Wednesday this evening, according to Irish reports.
|McCarthy: Championship Wide Open Tue 30th Sep 2014|
Mick McCarthy says the Championship is once again wide open with the Blues currently on target for the pre-season aim of reaching the play-offs.
|Town Out to Make it Five in a Row at Sheffield Wednesday Tue 30th Sep 2014|
Town take on Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough this evening looking to win five league games on the trot for the first time since October 2003.
|Gerks Pleased With Clean Sheet Hat-Trick Mon 29th Sep 2014|
Keeper Dean Gerken was pleased to have kept a third successive home clean sheet as the Blues defeated Rotherham 2-0 at Portman Road on Saturday.
|McCarthy: Great Start, Not Sure What Happened After That Sat 27th Sep 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy was delighted with the way his side started their home victory over Rotherham, although was less impressed with the performance once the Blues had gained their 2-0 lead.
|Town 2-0 Rotherham United Sat 27th Sep 2014|
Strike pair Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick netted in the third and sixth minutes as Town took their winning run to four games via a 2-0 home victory over Rotherham United and moved up to fourth in the table. Murphy nodded home from close range following a corner, before McGoldrick smashed home from 25 yards.
|Town 2-0 Rotherham - Half-Time Sat 27th Sep 2014|
Striker pair Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick netted in the third and sixth minutes to hand the Blues a 2-0 half-time lead against Rotherham United at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: Tough Decisions Ahead of Rotherham Clash Fri 26th Sep 2014|
Manager Mick McCarthy admits it was tough to pick his team for tomorrow’s home game against Rotherham as the Blues look to stretch their winning run to four games.
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