Matchday Recap: Kenlock forces Kelly to put through his own net as Town earn a point

Myles Kenlock celebrates Ipswich's equaliser during the second half at Bristol City Picture Pagepix

Myles Kenlock celebrates Ipswich's equaliser during the second half at Bristol City Picture Pagepix - Credit: Pagepix Ltd

Ipswich Town drew 1-1 at Bristol City this evening.

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The Blues drew 1-1 with West Brom on Saturday following a good performance against a side hunting promotion.

Bristol City went on a 15-game unbeaten run after beating Ipswich at Portman Road in November, a run including nine straight wins, but they are now winless in five matches.

“We go to try and win,” manager Paul Lambert said. “We don’t sit back, we’ll go and play the way we can and we go and try and win the game.

“If we win that, it’s not over. Until somebody says it’s mathematically over, it’s never over, you have to keep going and, as I said before, we don’t look like a team at the bottom of the table.”


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Assistant manager Stuart Taylor said: “There’s a few little knocks but with three games in the space of a week there will possibly be a couple of changes just to freshen things up. There’s no concerns and there’s nobody we’re overly worried about.”

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