|Cardiff City 3-1 Town Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Town’s undefeated run was halted at eight games as Cardiff came from a goal down to beat the Blues 3-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Daryl Murphy put Town ahead with a brilliant strike in the 29th minute, Peter Whittingham equalised with a similarly special effort on 37, before Federico Macheda netted two minutes after the break and Adam Le Fondre added the third on 69.
|Cardiff City 1-1 Town - Half-Time Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Town and Cardiff are drawing 1-1 at half-time, courtesy of stunning strikes from Daryl Murphy and Peter Whittingham.
|Chambers and Murphy Return Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Skipper Luke Chambers and top scorer Daryl Murphy return to an otherwise unchanged side as the Blues take on Cardiff City looking for their second away win of the season.
|Town Out for Second Away Win at Cardiff Tue 21st Oct 2014|
Top-six Town visit Cardiff City tonight looking for their second away win of the season. Manager Mick McCarthy says that although he’s targeting all three points, he wouldn’t be too disappointed to pick up a fourth successive draw.
|Murphy, Chambers and Bishop Back in Training Mon 20th Oct 2014|
Daryl Murphy, Luke Chambers and Teddy Bishop are all training today and should be in the Town squad which travels to Wales for Tuesday night’s game at Cardiff City. Luke Hyam is now the only player sidelined but the midfielder, who has a hamstring problem, is expected to be available for Saturday’s home match against Huddersfield.
|McCarthy: Break Affected First Half Mon 20th Oct 2014|
Boss Mick McCarthy felt the international break had an effect on Saturday’s first half with both teams playing as if they’d just had a fortnight off. The Town manager thought his side were on top after the break even before the visitors were reduced to 10 men.
|McCarthy: We Should Have Won Sat 18th Oct 2014|
Town boss Mick McCarthy felt his side should have claimed all three points from their 1-1 home draw with Blackburn Rovers. The visitors scored from a late freekick but McCarthy believes the Blues ought to have been awarded a penalty in the dying seconds when David McGoldrick was fouled by Lee Williamson.
|Town 1-1 Blackburn Rovers Sat 18th Oct 2014|
Ben Marshall netted an injury time freekick as 10-man Blackburn grabbed a 1-1 draw against Town at Portman Road. David McGoldrick curled home a freekick in the 65th minute after Matt Kilgallon had been dismissed having picked up two yellow cards and the Blues looked well on their way to their fourth successive home win until Marshall’s late sucker punch.
|Town 0-0 Blackburn - Half-Time Sat 18th Oct 2014|
Town and Blackburn remain locked at 0-0 at the break at Portman Road.
|Chambers Misses Out But Williams Starts Sat 18th Oct 2014|
Skipper Luke Chambers is a surprise absentee from the Town team taking on Blackburn at Portman Road today due to illness, with Christophe Berra taking over as skipper and Tommy Smith returning to the centre of the defence.
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