|Town 2-2 AFC Bournemouth Mon 21st Apr 2014|
Paul Anderson and Paul Green were on target as Town and Bournemouth drew 2-2 at Portman Road. Anderson put the home side in front on 36 but the Cherries hit back via Steve Cook's overhead kick just before the break. Green's first Blues goal restored the lead on 56 but Matt Ritchie's deflected freekick gained a point for the Dorset club.
|Town 1-1 Bournemouth - Half-Time Mon 21st Apr 2014|
Town and Bournemouth are level at 1-1 at the break, Paul Anderson having put the Blues in front but Steve Cook equalising for the Cherries.
|Berra and Hyam Miss Out Mon 21st Apr 2014|
Christophe Berra and Luke Hyam miss out through injury as the Blues take on fellow play-off contenders AFC Bournemouth at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: It's Still in the Mix Mon 21st Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says the final play-off place is “still in the mix” as the Blues go into today’s vital home game against fellow challengers AFC Bournemouth in eighth, one point behind Brighton in sixth. The Town manager was pleased with the performance at Watford on Saturday, despite the 3-1 defeat.
|McCarthy: Small Squad Has Its Benefits Sat 19th Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy sees both positives and negatives in having a relatively small squad, as he has had at Town this season.
|McCarthy Taking Each Game As It Comes Fri 18th Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy is taking the traditional one match at a time approach as the Blues go into the first of two crucial Easter fixtures at Watford on Saturday. Town follow up their visit to Vicarage Road with Monday’s home game against AFC Bournemouth.
|Cresswell Back as Smith, Anderson and Ebanks-Blake Suffer Niggles Thu 17th Apr 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy says Aaron Cresswell will be fit enough to return to his regular left-back role when the Blues travel to Watford on Saturday, but says Tommy Smith, Paul Anderson and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake all have niggles.
|Berra Player of the Year Sat 12th Apr 2014|
Christophe Berra was named the Town Supporters’ Player of the Year at tonight’s Player Awards evening. The Scotland international beat Daryl Murphy into second place, David McGoldrick into third and last year's winner Tommy Smith into fourth.
|McCarthy Happy to Grind Out Win as Dickov Fumes Sat 12th Apr 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy felt his side just about deserved their hard-fought 2-1 home victory over Doncaster Rovers. Rovers boss Paul Dickov believed Blues midfielder Luke Hyam should have been sent off for a challenge in the run-up to Luke Chambers’s winning goal.
|Town 2-1 Doncaster Rovers Sat 12th Apr 2014|
Skipper Luke Chambers netted the winning goal four minutes from time as play-off chasing Town beat Doncaster Rovers 2-1 at Portman Road to climb to seventh in the table. Daryl Murphy put the Blues in front just after the break, Chris Brown equalised for Rovers from the spot seven minutes from the end but Chambers struck the winner three minutes later.
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