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Ipswich Town 1 v 1 Stoke City
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 16th February 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 17th February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Bartosz Bialkowski0.0
James Bree0.0
Matthew Pennington0.0
Jonas Knudsen0.0
Myles Kenlock0.0
Trevoh Chalobah0.0
Teddy Bishop0.0
Jon Nolan0.0
Alan Judge0.0
Will Keane0.0
Collin Quaner0.0
Gwion Edwards0.0
Kayden Jackson0.0
Aristote Nsiala0.0
0.0Jack Butland
0.0Thomas Edwards
0.0Danny Batth
0.0Bruno Martins Indi
0.0Sam Clucas
0.0Joe Allen
0.0Ryan Woods
0.0Oghenekaro Etebo
0.0Thomas Ince
0.0Sam Vokes
0.0James McClean
0.0Benik Afobe
0.0Charlie Adam
0.0Ryan Shawcross

Referee0.0 
Match Rating0.0 


Your Ipswich Town v Stoke City Match Reports

Robert_Garrett added 18:37 - Feb 16

Slowly turning the Corner to better Displays although the three Points would be nice with Progress.
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DerryfromBury added 19:50 - Feb 16

Like Derby on Wednesday, a very enjoyable game. Lets stick with the youngsters for the rest of the season. Best football seem at PR for a very long while. Wednesday night and this afternoons games felt like wins. I don't think anyone who witnessed both games can say they watched a bottom of the league team. We held two very good sides to draws, and almost took a win from both.


If only we could have the old Bart back from 2016/17 season.
2


Bluesky added 20:38 - Feb 16

Stoke we never going to win this but Town avoided winning by gifting a daft goal. I haven't rated the visitors accurately because I wasn't interested in any of them. None of them shone and their attack was toothless. We were earnest throughout but failed to put the finishing touch. Judge was our most creative but Bishop is growing in confidence all the while and the two of them made some exciting runs - as did Gwion when he came on. Quaner worked hard, frequently robbing the opposition of possession. Knudsen kept the forward feed going but was frighteningly slow at times to respond to their right wing runs. His part in their goal was mysterious but I think he was trying to reach the byline. Bree and Pennington solid, the former quite inventive. Chalobah made too many loose adolescent mis-passes; tired from Derby game? Nsiala didn't know why he'd been sent on but disrupted the defence perfectly to enable Keane to take his pinpoint header and give the minimum deserved result today.
2


itsonlyme added 20:49 - Feb 16

Very disappointed for the second time this week that we did not collect all the points. Any neutral supporter would be surprised at our attacking football. Shame we lack the quality to get out of trouble. League 1 is a definite but with luck we can return fairly quickly.
1


harlingblue added 03:47 - Feb 17

Yet another well selected team, and wholehearted display, against credible, money made opposition.
Now to keep the same system against teams we need to beat while in this form.
Our next two fixtures, both winnable, will define our season once and for all, two wins and we are back in the mix? anything less and we are bound for League 1 football.
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Pilgrimblue added 08:48 - Feb 17

The trouble is we've not got a natural goal scorer to partner Keane. Thought Edwards made a difference and would now pick him to start in say 5 man midfield. It does look like the new defensive line up works so just need to find a way to score more than two goals and keep the ball. Thought Chalobah made too many mistakes and may now need a rest.
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Maltster added 09:48 - Feb 17

One mistake and we drop 2 points. Still a good game to watch.
How long before the Boo Boys start again ?
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