|Current and Former Players at Suffolk Show Tue 30th May 2017|
Current and former Blues players will be on the Town stand at the Suffolk Show, which takes place at Trinity Park on Wednesday and Thursday.
|Town End Season Away Against Relegation-Haunted Forest Fri 05th May 2017|
Town visit Nottingham Forest for the final game of their disappointing 2016/17 season on Sunday looking for their first win at the City Ground since December 1999, a victory which could relegate the hosts (Sky Sports 3, from 11.30am, KO midday).
|Too Similar Diagouraga Unlikely to Return Fri 05th May 2017|
Midfielder Toumani Diagouraga appears unlikely to return to the Blues in the summer with manager Mick McCarthy suggesting that the 29-year-old, who went back to his parent club Leeds earlier in the week having suffered a groin injury, is too similar to Cole Skuse.
|Ipswich Town 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday - Match Report Sat 29th Apr 2017|
Kieran Lee’s 77th minute goal saw Sheffield Wednesday to a 1-0 victory over the Blues in this season's final game at Portman Road. The midfielder turned home Daniel Pudil’s low cross to confirm the Owls’ play-off place and consign Town to back-to-back league defeats for the first time in 59 games stretching to February last year.
|Ipswich Town 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday - Half-Time Sat 29th Apr 2017|
The Blues' home game with Sheffield Wednesday remains 0-0 at the break.
|Town Return to Team Which Beat Newcastle and Burton Sat 29th Apr 2017|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has returned to the team which beat Newcastle United and Burton Albion for today’s final home match of the season against Sheffield Wednesday.
|McGoldrick Revelling in Striking Role Alongside Sears Thu 27th Apr 2017|
David McGoldrick has admitted he is revelling in his role as a striker alongside Freddie Sears as Town prepare to face play-off chasing Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday in their final home game of the current campaign.
|McCarthy Out to Continue Remarkable Record Against Owls Thu 27th Apr 2017|
Town boss Mick McCarthy will be out to continue his remarkable record against Sheffield Wednesday when the Blues take on the play-off-chasing Owls at Portman Road on Saturday.
|Town Visit Rotherham With a Spring in Their Step Thu 20th Apr 2017|
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says his players have a spring in their step as they visit bottom club Rotherham having beaten promotion-pushing Newcastle United on Monday as they recorded back-to-back victories for the first time this season.
|Ipswich Town 3-1 Newcastle United - Match Report Mon 17th Apr 2017|
Goals from Freddie Sears, David McGoldrick and Emyr Huws saw the Blues to a famous 3-1 home victory over promotion-chasing Newcastle United. Sears put Town in front in the 42nd minute, former Blues striker Daryl Murphy netted an equaliser for the visitors in the 62nd minute, but McGoldrick made it 2-1 seven minutes later and Huws sealed the three points - and Town's first back-to-back wins of the season - in injury time.
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