|Wigan Athletic 1-1 Ipswich Town - Match Report Sat 23rd Feb 2019|
Former Blue Joe Garner netted an injury time equaliser to deny 10-man Town victory at Wigan. Will Keane’s 32nd-minute penalty had given the Blues a 1-0 half-time lead, seven minutes after Jonas Knudsen had been red-carded but sub Garner slid in the late leveller to break Town hearts and keep them nine points from safety at the bottom of the table.
|Wigan Athletic 0-1 Ipswich Town - Half-Time Sat 23rd Feb 2019|
Will Keane’s 32nd minute penalty has given Town a 1-0 half-time lead at Wigan but they’re down to 10 men with Jonas Knudsen having been dismissed seven minutes prior to the goal.
|Chambers Returns as Blues Switch to 3-5-2 at Wigan Sat 23rd Feb 2019|
Skipper Luke Chambers returns at Wigan as the Blues switch to a 3-5-2 system for the first time under Paul Lambert’s management.
|Town Visit Wigan for First of Two Vital Six-Pointers Fri 22nd Feb 2019|
Town visit Wigan on Saturday with manager Paul Lambert looking for his side to turn positive performances into wins and build some momentum in their push for what would now be a remarkable escape from relegation to League One.
|Lambert Not Yet Thinking About Keane and Judge's Long-Term Futures Thu 21st Feb 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says he’s in no immediate hurry to speak to Will Keane and Alan Judge regarding their futures with his thoughts currently dominated by the Blues’ upcoming games. The Blues manager admits that he is formulating two plans at present, one based on Town being in the Championship next season and one on the team being in League One.
|McCarthy Impressed By Blues Pair Sat 16th Feb 2019|
Former Blues boss Mick McCarthy was impressed by Town pair Will Keane and Alan Judge having watched them in his capacity as new Republic of Ireland manager during this afternoon’s 1-1 draw with Stoke, after also returning to Portman Road for Wednesday’s game with Derby which ended in the same scoreline.
|Lambert: We Were Relentless in the Second Half Sat 16th Feb 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert praised his side for their “relentless” second-half display as the Blues drew 1-1 at home to Stoke City. Will Keane, watched by ex-Town manager and current Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy for the second time in four days having recently switched international allegiance, nodded the equaliser in injury time after James McClean had put the visitors in front just before the break.
|Blues Face Stoke Looking to Turn Positive Performances into a Win Fri 15th Feb 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert believes the Blues can go toe-to-toe with anyone in the Championship at present and says his side go into Saturday’s game against his old club Stoke full of confidence after their performances against Norwich and Derby.
|Lambert: We Were Fantastic Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Blues boss Paul Lambert was full of praise for his side after their 1-1 home draw with Derby County from which they probably deserved more than a point.
|Ipswich Town 1-1 Derby County - Match Report Wed 13th Feb 2019|
Sub Jon Nolan’s second goal of the season saw the Blues to a 1-1 home draw with Derby County, former Town loanee Tom Lawrence having given the Rams an early lead. Lawrence netted in the second minute but the Blues were the better side throughout and deserved more than Nolan’s equaliser in the 55th minute.
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