|Ipswich Town 1-1 Nottingham Forest - Match Report Sat 16th Mar 2019|
Collin Quaner’s first Blues goal gave Town a fifth minute lead but Molla Wague equalised for Nottingham Forest on 31 as Paul Lambert’s side recorded their sixth 1-1 draw in seven games. Quaner stabbed in an Edwards cross to put Town ahead but Wague scrambled home from a corner as Forest had the better of the first half. However, the Blues were dominant after the break but were unable to turn their superiority into their fourth win of the season.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Nottingham Forest - Half-Time Sat 16th Mar 2019|
Collin Quaner’s first Blues goal gave Town an early lead but Molla Wague equalised for Nottingham Forest to leave the half-time score 1-1 at Portman Road.
|Town Face Forest Looking to Build on Draws Fri 15th Mar 2019|
Town face Nottingham Forest looking to build on their recent performances and succession of 1-1 draws by winning only their fourth game of the season.
|Bristol City 1-1 Ipswich Town - Match Report Tue 12th Mar 2019|
Lloyd Kelly’s 68th-minute own goal saw Town to a 1-1 draw away at Bristol City, former Blues defender Adam Webster having headed the Robins in front in the 32nd minute. Kelly inadvertently smashed Myles Kenlock’s low cross into his own net to hand Town what was a deserved equaliser.
|Bristol City 1-0 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Tue 12th Mar 2019|
Former Town centre-back Adam Webster has given Bristol City a 1-0 half-time lead, despite the Blues making a promising start to the game.
|Lambert: Until Someone Says It's Mathematically Over, It's Never Over Mon 11th Mar 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert has reiterated that the Blues, who travel to face Bristol City at Ashton Gate on Tuesday, aren’t going to give up on their Championship status while staying up still remains mathematically possible (Sky Sports Football/Main Event from 7pm/7.30pm).
|Lambert Aiming for Positive Late Season Run Fri 08th Mar 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert hopes the Blues can finish the season with a positive run in their last 11 games - starting with Saturday’s trip to fourth-placed West Bromwich Albion - even if the fight against relegation now appears a battle which is unlikely to be won.
|Ipswich Town 1-2 Reading - Match Report Sat 02nd Mar 2019|
Town’s 62-year stay in the top two divisions looks to be over after a 2-1 defeat to Reading saw the gap to safety extend to 12 points plus goal difference with only 11 to play. Nelson Oliveira’s 19th-minute opener gave the Royals a half-time lead before sub Gwion Edwards gave the Blues hope on 83 but Modou Barrow claimed the visitors’ second away win of the season and their first since September in the final minute.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Reading - Half-Time Sat 02nd Mar 2019|
Nelson Oliveira’s 19th-minute goal has given Reading a 1-0 half-time lead over the Blues at Portman Road.
|Lambert: One We've Got to Win Fri 01st Mar 2019|
Town face 21st-placed Reading at Portman Road on Saturday chasing three vital points which could cut the gap to safety to six points plus goal difference.
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