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Ipswich Town 3 v 0 Preston North End
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 4th November 2017 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 5th November but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Bartosz Bialkowski7.5
Jordan Spence7.6
Luke Chambers6.3
Adam Webster6.8
Jonas Knudsen6.9
Callum Connolly6.1
Cole Skuse5.5
Bersant Celina7.4
Martyn Waghorn7.4
David McGoldrick7.3
Joe Garner6.8
Grant Ward5.6
Tristan Nydam5.8
Kevin Bru6.9
4.4Chris Maxwell
5.2Darnell Fisher
5.2Paul Huntington
5.5Andy Boyle
5.5Kevin O'Connor
5.6Ben Pearson
5.5John Welsh
5.8Tom Barkhuizen
5.8Alan Browne
6.1Daniel Johnson
5.6Jordan Hugill
5.4Marnick Vermijl
5.2Josh Harrop
5.3Paul Gallagher

Referee5.1 
Match Rating5.7 


Your Ipswich Town v Preston North End Match Reports

ericclacton added 19:54 - Nov 4

I really enjoyed it and three very good goals.........what more do you want?
4


broseleyblue added 20:42 - Nov 4

Three
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Pilgrimblue added 21:28 - Nov 4

We defended well and attacked with purpose but not much in between. Too many players can't keep the ball just need more confidence
3


Pilgrimblue added 21:54 - Nov 4

We defended well and attacked with purpose but not much in between. Too many players can't keep the ball just need more confidence
1


DerryfromBury added 20:01 - Nov 5

Why can't we play the whole 90mins like we did the 2nd half. Bersant should start all games if he's fit, he gives so much confidence to the rest of the players. We've proved we can play the ball on the ground 2nd half, instead of Hoof Ball, we don't have any target men to be doing that. Give the supporters something to cheer and the crowd will get behind the players just like they did 2nd half.
2


Cakeman added 20:48 - Nov 5

First half a boring non event aside from Waghorn goal which woke the players and crowd up.
The second half saw us score two very good goals (McGoldrick and Celina) to deservedly Beat a bereft of confidence PNE.
I just wish Town would attack from the first minute instead of sitting back waiting to see what the opposition may or may not do.
3


harlingblue added 02:33 - Nov 6

The first half, an excellent double save by Bart early on, an excellent freekick goal by Waghorn just before half time. That was it.
The second half, much better fayre, The Town at last on the front foot and at last playing decent football with Webster beginning to look the business and Spence returning to form after a couple of torrid games at full back. The later supplying a perfect cross for McGoldrick to score with a well placed header. The exciting Celina blasted home our third goal, his 5th of the year, to the fans delight, I think Mick is coming round to liking him?
Special mention should be made of the contribution put in by Kevin Bru, coming on for the injured Skuse, he put in a worthy performance that should awaken other clubs of his availability if not our own.
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Sam added 08:23 - Nov 6

The first half was dire and Mcgoldrick was the only good player on the pitch. However, second half we switched on and I thought everyone put in a good performance. My man of the match was Mcgoldrick for his quick movement and great header. Garner was again fabulous in the air and Celina played brilliantly.
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DariusBlue added 09:01 - Nov 6

A game of two halves. There number 9 was causing us some issues in the first half until the ref woke up. The second half we started playing more attacking football that paid off dividends. I thought their number 4 - Ben Pearson looked like a very handy midfield player indeed - just what our team needs.
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DariusBlue added 09:33 - Nov 6

A game of two halves. There number 9 was causing us some issues in the first half until the ref woke up. The second half we started playing more attacking football that paid off dividends. I thought their number 4 - Ben Pearson looked like a very handy midfield player indeed - just what our team needs.
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DariusBlue added 09:55 - Nov 6

A game of two halves. There number 9 was causing us some issues in the first half until the ref woke up. The second half we started playing more attacking football that paid off dividends. I thought their number 4 - Ben Pearson looked like a very handy midfield player indeed - just what our team needs.
0


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