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Bartosz Bialkowski

Squad No:33
Position:Goalkeeper
Date of Birth:6th July 1987



Player Ratings for Bartosz Bialkowski

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
5 AugBirmingham City H1 - 05
  • Currently out of 10
7.7
8 AugLuton Town CCA0 - 27 N/A
12 AugBarnsley A1 - 27
  • Currently out of 10
8.5
15 AugMillwall A3 - 44
  • Currently out of 10
7.9
19 AugBrentford H2 - 010
  • Currently out of 10
7.8
22 AugCrystal Palace CCA2 - 10 N/A
26 AugFulham H0 - 28
  • Currently out of 10
8.3

9 SepQueens Park Rangers A2 - 11
  • Currently out of 10
8.6
16 SepBolton Wanderers H2 - 011
  • Currently out of 10
8.1
23 SepLeeds United A3 - 23
  • Currently out of 10
3.1
26 SepSunderland H5 - 211
  • Currently out of 10
8
30 SepBristol City H1 - 34
  • Currently out of 10
7.1

14 OctSheffield United A1 - 05
  • Currently out of 10
8.8

Player Stats for Bartosz Bialkowski

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News Stories for Bartosz Bialkowski

Town Look to End Long Wait for East Anglian Derby Glory Fri 20th Oct 2017
Town go into Sunday’s East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Portman Road looking to end their eight-and-a-half-year wait for victory over their greatest rivals (Sky Sports Main Event/Football from 11.30am, KO midday).
Knudsen Out to Make it Three in Three Against Canaries Thu 19th Oct 2017
Town defender Jonas Knudsen is out to make it three goals in as many games against Norwich when they visit Portman Road on Sunday for the eagerly-awaited latest instalment of the East Anglian derby.
McCarthy Not Surprised By Blades' Strong Return Thu 12th Oct 2017
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s no surprise to him that the Blues will face Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Saturday with the Blades, promoted from League One as champions last season, third in the Championship.
Bart: Burnley Move Was Really Close Wed 04th Oct 2017
Blues keeper Bartosz Bialkowski has revealed that he was “really close” to a move to Premier League Burnley during the summer but that the clubs were unable to agree a deal.
Ipswich Town 1-3 Bristol City - Match Report Sat 30th Sep 2017
Goals from Josh Brownhill, Famara Diedhiou and Bobby Reid saw Bristol City to a 3-1 victory over the Blues, their first win at Portman Road in 39 years, Martyn Waghorn netting for Town. Brownhill’s deflected goal put the visitors in front in the second minute, Diedhiou doubled the lead on 31, before Waghorn pulled a goal back for the Blues four minutes prior to half-time. However, there was to be no second half comeback from Town and Reid sealed the three points eight minutes from the end.
Ipswich Town 1-2 Bristol City - Half-Time Sat 30th Sep 2017
Martyn Waghorn pulled a goal back for the Blues four minutes before half-time but Bristol City had a 2-1 lead at the break, Josh Brownhill and Famara Diedhiou having netted their goals.
Town Look to Continue Tuesday's Blistering Form Against Bristol City Fri 29th Sep 2017
Boss Mick McCarthy looks set to name the team which hammered Sunderland 5-2 on Tuesday as Town look to continue their blistering form against Bristol City at Portman Road on Saturday afternoon.
McCarthy: We're Seeing the Best of McGoldrick Fri 29th Sep 2017
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says striker David McGoldrick is thoroughly enjoying the way he’s playing having made a terrific start to the season after a couple of injury-hit campaigns.
McCarthy: An Outstanding Attacking Performance Tue 26th Sep 2017
Town boss Mick McCarthy hailed an “outstanding attacking performance” after the Blues thrashed his old club Sunderland 5-2 at Portman Road, the first time Town have scored five at home under his management.
Ipswich Town 5-2 Sunderland - Match Report Tue 26th Sep 2017
Town hit five at Portman Road under Mick McCarthy for the first time as the Blues thrashed deep-in-trouble Sunderland 5-2. Martyn Waghorn opened the scoring against his old club in the sixth minute, Billy Jones equalised four minutes later but Spence restored the impressive Blues’ lead when he headed home Waghorn’s corner on 27 to make it 2-1 at the break. In the second half, Waghorn created the best of the night for Bersant Celina and then Town’s fourth for David McGoldrick, Aiden McGeady pulled one back for the Wearsiders, then sub Grant Ward added the fifth a minute from time.
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