Ipswich Town players celebrate valuable win over Burton Albion

Freddie Sears scores Ipswich's second at Burton Albion

Freddie Sears scores Ipswich's second at Burton Albion

Following last night’s 2-1 win against Burton Albion, sports writer WILL RIDGARD takes a look at some of the reaction from the Ipswich Town camp.

Ipswich Town’s players were in fine spirits last night as the Blues secured a valuable 2-1 away win at the Pirelli Stadium.

An own goal from former Blues favourite Luke Varney, in the 52nd minute, gave the Suffolk side the lead, before Freddie Sears scored his sixth goal of the season - and his third in as many games - after terrific work from Myles Kenlock.

Kenlock fouled Varney, in the 86th minute, as the Brewers reduced the deficit, but despite the hosts hitting the woodwork in a late onslaught late on, Ipswich preserved their lead and took home a massive three points that should them play Championship football again next season.

And as you can see, Myles Kenlock, and loan duo Tom Lawrence and Emyr Huws all took to social media afterwards to celebrate the three points.

Last night’s result moved Ipswich up to 15th position in the table, nine points clear of the drop zone, as they get prepared to take on Newcastle United on Easter Monday, where, if results go their way, they will mathematically achieve Championship survival.