Ipswich Town came from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw against West Brom at Portman Road. Alex Jones provides his player ratings.

Vaclav Hladky

Nothing he could've done about the first goal, which was a really clever finish. Clear question marks over the second, although it dipped quite quickly and it remains to be seen how much he saw of the shot before it landed in his net. Didn't have to make a save other than that. 6

Harry Clarke

Ended up coming in quite narrow for the first goal, which meant that he couldn't really support Luke Woolfenden, but he did really well other than that. Powerful and aggressive throughout. Could've had a goal to his name too, forcing a great save from Alex Palmer just before the break. 7

East Anglian Daily Times: Luke Woolfenden was beaten by Tom Fellows for West Brom's opening goalLuke Woolfenden was beaten by Tom Fellows for West Brom's opening goal (Image: Steve Waller)

Luke Woolfenden

Should've done better for the first goal, either by clearing the ball or shrugging off Tom Fellows before he got into the box. When the West Brom attacker beat him, there was little he could do other than bring him down for a penalty or hope that he fired wide. He played well other than that and his positioning was strong as usual. 6

George Edmundson

Looked excellent for most of the game. Strong, composed and confident while also providing the assists for Nathan Broadhead's goal, but his sloppy pass out from the back allowed West Brom to pounce and equalise through John Swift. 6

Leif Davis

Another game where he didn't quite hit his best but was still influential. Created chances and got Town high up the pitch. 7

Sam Morsy

His type of game. Made the most passes of anyone on the pitch, got stuck in with some strong tackles. Got a booking in the half-hour mark, which means he's four off a three-match ban, but he added aggression off the ball and composure on it. 8 (Man of the Match)

Massimo Luongo

Felt like he coasted along a little bit and was bypassed too easily at times. A few nice moments where he linked up play, but nowhere near as influential as we've seen him be in the past. 6

Wes Burns

Tried his best. Worked hard to create chances and got into some good positions, but his end product was hit and miss again. Came close in the latter stages of the first half when his deflected shot fizzed just wide of the post. 6

Conor Chaplin

He'll be really frustrated about his first-half miss, but he recovered well. He didn't have a big impact in the final third as he was marked within an inch of his life, but he really got stuck in and battled hard. 6

East Anglian Daily Times: Nathan Broadhead ended his goal drought with a strike against the BaggiesNathan Broadhead ended his goal drought with a strike against the Baggies (Image: PA)

Nathan Broadhead

Showed a clear improvement, although he was quiet in the first half. He ended his goal drought with an excellent finish after the restart and looked much more comfortable than we've seen in recent weeks. He linked up play really well throughout. 7

Kieffer Moore

Made life hard for West Brom's experienced centre-backs, but they certainly did a good job at limiting him in the box. He remained a constant threat and a real presence up top, especially when the game became scrappy towards the end. 6

Sub: Marcus Harness (74')

Showing himself to be a bit of a Swiss Army knife. Came on as the no.10 and then dropped deeper. Linked up play well and looked lively around the box towards the end of the game. 6

Sub: Omari Hutchinson (74')

Improved his decision making massively since he first joined. Had a big impact off the bench, looking really lively and delivering some dangerous crosses. Then, in the one moment he needed to be selfish, he was, and it earned Town a valuable point. 7

Sub: Ali Al-Hamadi (83')

Should've scored. Forced an incredible save from Alex Palmer. His two cameo appearances so far show that he can have an impact. 6

Sub: Jeremy Sarmiento (83')

Got into some good areas but held onto the ball for a bit too long at times. Frustrating. 6

Sub: Cameron Humphreys