All the goals from Ipswich Town’s 2015/16 season

It’s been an up and down season for Ipswich Town, with serious promotion hopes ultimately ending in disappointment. Watch all the 2015/16 goals here.

Brentford 2 Ipswich Town 2 - August 8: The Blues stormed into a two-goal lead at Griffin Park, with new signing Ryan Fraser scoring the first before Kevin Bru found the net, just before half-time. However, Andre Gray and James Tarkowski struck in stoppage time to scramble an unlikely draw for Brentford.

Ipswich Town 2 Stevenage 1 - August 11: The season’s first cup tie brought plenty of changes to the Town line-up and things started badly as Christophe Berra put through his own net. However, Josh Yorwerth and then Jay Tabb struck to take Town through.

Ipswich Town 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1 - August 15: The Blues went behind in this one as Ross Wallace found the net but, after Freddie Sears’ quick equaliser, Tommy Smith scored the winner for the Blues in the second half.

Ipswich Town 2 Burnley 0 - August 18: The Blues caught newly relegated Burnley at the right time as goals from Sears and David McGoldrick found the net to secure a 2-0 win.

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Preston 1 Ipswich Town 2 - August 22: Ipswich went top of the table following this impressive win at Preston as, after Daniel Johnson had levelled following Brett Pitman’s first Ipswich goal, Ryan Fraser swept home a superb effort to secure the three points.

Doncaster 1 Ipswich Town 4 - August 25: Plenty of changes for the Capital One Cup again, which went to extra-time after Pitman levelled after Andy Williams had given the League One side the lead. Once into the extra 30 minutes, Ipswich dominated as goals from McGoldrick, Fraser, and James Alabi’s one and only Ipswich strike set up a clash with Manchester United.

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Ipswich Town 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 3 - August 29: In a game which pitted first against second, Ipswich got off to a bad start as Kazenga Lua Lua and Tomer Hemed had the visitors two up inside 12 minutes: Sears and then McGoldrick levelled before half-time, before Hemed headed home the winner.

Reading 5 Ipswich Town 1 - September 11: It all went wrong for the Blues in front of the Sky Sports cameras as Orlando Sa struck a hat-trick as the hosts ran riot. Freddie Sears had briefly equalised for Ipswich but that was as good as it got.

Leeds United 0 Ipswich Town 1 - September 15: Ipswich bounced back from their humbling at Reading by winning on the road at Elland Road, with Tommy Smith scoring the only goal at the back post.

Ipswich Town 1 Birmingham City 1 - September 18: Playing in front of the Sky cameras once again, for the second straight Friday night, David Cotterill fired the visitors into the lead. A surging run from Ainsley Maitland-Niles then won a penalty, which Brett Pitman converted to secure a draw.

Manchester United 3 Ipswich Town 0 - September 23: The Blues’ Capital One Cup run came to an end at Old Trafford, as manager Mick McCarthy controversially made a host of changes to his starting side. United eventually won 3-0, with the goals coming from Wayne Rooney, Andreas Pereira and Anthony Martial.

Ipswich Town 2 Bristol City 2 - September 26: Luke Chambers gave Ipswich the lead but two quick goals, from Jonathan Kodjia and Luke Freeman, meant they had to battle back from behind. They managed it, though, thanks to a late goal from Ryan Fraser.

Blackburn Rovers 2 Ipswich Town 0 - October 3: The new ‘Barcelona’ away kit got its first outing at Blackburn, but it was a bad afternoon as the Blues never got going and were punished by two Jordan Rhodes goals.

Ipswich Town 0 Huddersfield Town 0 - October 17: A forgettable afternoon at Portman Road which will only be partially memorable, due to James Vaughan’s decision to throw the ball at Jonas Knudsen in stoppage time, earning him a second yellow card.

Hull City 3 Ipswich Town - October 20: Ipswich were never in the game as Alex Bruce, Chuba Akpom and David Meyler saw Hull claim three easy points.

Nottingham Forest 1 Ipswich Town 1 - October 24: It looked as though Jonathan Parr’s goal was going to secure the three points, but former Blue Liam Trotter scored on his Forest debut to earn a very late point.

Ipswich Town 0 Cardiff City 0 - October 31: Another 0-0 draw at Portman Road.

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