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Matchday Live: Birmingham City v Ipswich Town - Jota’s penalty the difference Blues lose at St Andrew’s

PUBLISHED: 12:00 31 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:53 31 March 2018

Martyn Waghorn is upended at Birmingham Picture Pagepix

Martyn Waghorn is upended at Birmingham Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town are back in action after the international break, taking on Birmingham City at St Andrew’s (3pm).

The game is the first since new broke of manager Mick McCarthy’s pending departure, with the boss due to depart Portman Road after five-and-a-half years in charge.

The visit to Birmingham harks back to McCarthy’s first match in charge of Ipswich, which came at St Andrews back in November 2012.

McCarthy’s Ipswich were successful that day, winning 1-0 thanks to an early DJ Campbell goal, which proved to be the start of McCarthy’s side’s move out of relegation trouble.

This time around it is Garry Monks Birmingham who find themselves in trouble, sitting inside the relegation zone heading into the contest.

You can follow all the action with us.

Andy Warren gives his observations following Ipswich Town’s hard-fought 1-0 victory at Portman Road this afternoon.

Paul Lambert always felt his first win as Ipswich manager would be a scruffy one, with the Scot proud of his players after they saw out seven minutes of stoppage time to secure three points against Wigan.

It wasn’t pretty, but Freddie Sears’ deflected goal was enough to secure Ipswich Town’s first home win since April this afternoon.

Ipswich Town beat Wigan Athletic 1-0 at Portman Road this afternoon. Relive the action here.

Ipswich Town fans have been giving their reactions to today’s 1-0 win over Wigan at Portman Road...

Andy Warren looks ahead to Ipswich Town’s clash with Wigan Athletic this afternoon.

Every day in the run-up to Christmas, we’re counting down Ipswich Town’s greatest-ever players, culminating in the Blues’ best featuring on Christmas Day.

In this week’s Ipswich Town nostalgia, we look back to December 21, 2004, when Darren Bent took Ipswich to the top of the Championsip on Christmas Day, after beating Wigan 2-1 thanks to his 89th-minute winner at Portman Road.

Captain Luke Chambers wants his Ipswich Town future sorted sooner rather than later but knows the club’s precarious position means he may have to be patient.

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