|Lambert: Quaner, Pennington, Downes and Gerken Could Return Thu 14th Mar 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert hopes to have Collin Quaner, Matthew Pennington, Flynn Downes and Dean Gerken available for Saturday’s home game against Nottingham Forest but the match is likely to come too soon for James Collins, who has been out with a calf injury.
|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.
|Lambert: We're Talking to Judge and Keane Thu 07th Mar 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says the Blues are talking to Alan Judge and Will Keane about remaining at Portman Road beyond this season.
|Collins and Chalobah Doubts for West Brom Trip Thu 07th Mar 2019|
Town boss Paul Lambert says James Collins and Trevoh Chalobah are doubts ahead of Saturday’s game at West Brom with the injuries they suffered during the first half of last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Reading. Better news is that Jonas Knudsen is back from his one-match ban, while Ellis Harrison is closing in on a return after his hamstring injury.
|Judge in Provisional Ireland Squad Thu 07th Mar 2019|
Midfielder Alan Judge has been named in Mick McCarthy’s provisional Republic of Ireland squad ahead their European Championships qualifying games against Gibraltar and Georgia later this month.
|Lambert: Until It's Mathematically Impossible You Never Give In Sat 02nd Mar 2019|
Boss Paul Lambert insists that until it's mathematically impossible no one is giving up on the fight against the drop despite the defeat to Reading extending the gap to safety to 12 points but admits staying up will be really hard with only 11 matches remaining.
|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.
|Nolan: The Biggest Game of the Season By a Mile Thu 28th Feb 2019|
Jon Nolan has no doubts about the importance of Town’s next fixture, at home to relegation rivals Reading on Saturday, and has billed it as “the biggest game of the season by a mile.”
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