|Bristol City 2-1 Town - Match Report Sat 13th Feb 2016|
Two identikit first-half headers from Aden Flint saw Bristol City to a 2-1 victory over the Blues at Ashton Gate, sub Brett Pitman pulling one back for Town after the break against his old club.
|McCarthy Expecting Bouncing Ashton Gate Fri 12th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy is expecting a bouncing Ashton Gate on Saturday with Bristol City’s home ground sold out ahead of new manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge. The Blues, now seventh, visit the Championship’s 21st-placed team looking to end an uncharacteristic run of three away defeats in all competitions and climb back into the top six.
|Smith Happy to See More Late Winners Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town defender Tommy Smith would be quite happy if the recent habit of winning games in the final minutes continued against QPR at Loftus Road tomorrow.
|Smith: Boss Has Performed Minor Miracle Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Tommy Smith believes Town boss Mick McCarthy has performed a minor miracle during his time in charge at Portman Road, especially since progress has come on the cheap.
|McCarthy: Subs Have Given Me Selection Headache Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits he’s been given a selection headache up front ahead of Saturday’s visit to QPR after subs Luke Varney and Brett Pitman conjured up the Blues’ last-gasp winner during Tuesday’s 2-1 victory over Reading.
|Smith: Marriage Proposal Behind International Absence Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town defender Tommy Smith has revealed the reason he withdrew from the New Zealand squad towards the end of 2015 – he had plans to propose to girlfriend Leanne.
|Smith Keen to Extend Town Stay Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Defender Tommy Smith has stressed his desire to remain an Ipswich player after his present contract expires at the end of the season.
|Town 2-1 Reading - Match Report Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town climbed back into the top six and extended their extraordinary record of Tuesday night home victories to 16 as an 89th minute Brett Pitman goal saw them to a 2-1 victory over Reading. After a lacklustre first half Ryan Fraser put the Blues in front on 57, Royals sub Garath McCleary equalised from the spot before Pitman’s late winner.
|Town 0-0 Reading - Half-Time Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town and Reading remain locked at 0-0 at half-time at Portman Road.
|McCarthy: Players Won't Need Reminding About Royals Hammering Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says his players won’t need reminding that tonight’s opponents Reading dished out their biggest thrashing in three years when the teams met at the Madejski Stadium earlier in the season. The Blues, who were soundly beaten 5-1 by the Royals on that Friday evening in September, will be looking to avenge that defeat, climb back into the top six and stretch their remarkable run of Tuesday night home victories to 16.
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