|McCarthy: No Magic Plan for Two-Game Season Fri 24th Apr 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy says Town will approach Saturday’s crucial home game against Nottingham Forest and their final week visit to Blackburn just as they have all their other matches this season. Saturday could see the Blues, who are sixth in the Championship, confirm a place in the play-offs for the first time in a decade.
|So Much Spent And Lost For So Little - Notes for Forest Fri 24th Apr 2015|
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game by delving into their forums
|Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Town - Match Report Sat 18th Apr 2015|
Former Blues loanee Richard Stearman headed a first-half own goal but Benik Afobe equalised five minutes after the break as Town and Wolves drew 1-1 in the clash of the play-off chasers at Molineux.
|Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Town - Half-Time Sat 18th Apr 2015|
An own goal by former Blues loanee Richard Stearman has given Town a 1-0 half-time lead at Wolves.
|McCarthy: We Go to Wolves Looking to Win Fri 17th Apr 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says the Blues will visit his old club Wolves on Saturday “to go and win the game” rather than sitting back looking to grab an away draw (Sky Sports 1, from 12 noon, KO 12.15pm).
|Signed Town Images Up for Charity Auction Wed 15th Apr 2015|
Supporters will have the chance to own some iconic signed Ipswich Town images in a special online auction launched on Sunday 19th April.
|Town 3-1 Cardiff City - Match Report Tue 14th Apr 2015|
Freddie Sears, Cole Skuse and Daryl Murphy were on target for the Blues as they beat Cardiff 3-1 at Portman Road to cement their position in the play-off places. Sears put Town ahead after eight minutes and Eoin Doyle equalised for the Welshmen before Cole Skuse lashed in a 30-yard stunner on 29 - his first goal for the Blues - then Murphy sealed the victory in second-half injury time.
|Town 2-1 Cardiff City - Half-Time Tue 14th Apr 2015|
A brilliant Cole Skuse strike has given Town a 2-1 lead over Cardiff City at Portman Road at half-time, Freddie Sears having put the Blues in front before Eoin Doyle equalised for the Welshmen.
|McCarthy: We Need to Beat Cardiff to Make the Play-Offs Tue 14th Apr 2015|
Boss Mick McCarthy believes the Blues will need to beat Cardiff City at Portman Road this evening in order to reach the play-offs. Town climbed to sixth - ahead of Brentford and Wolves in seventh and eighth on goal difference - following Saturday’s 3-2 victory over Blackpool with just four Championship games left to play.
|McCarthy: Good Reaction to Defeat Fri 10th Apr 2015|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says there's been a good reaction from his players following Monday’s 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield, ahead of Saturday’s crucial home game against already-relegated Blackpool.
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