Matchday Live: Ipswich Town v Millwall - Blues end goal drought to secure point

Town players take part in a minute's applause in memory of Bobby Ferguson before the game. Picture:

Town players take part in a minute's applause in memory of Bobby Ferguson before the game. Picture: STEVE WALLER - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

All the build-up, action and reaction from Ipswich Town’s home clash with Millwall at Portman Road (3pm).

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In what is Mick McCarthy’s first home game since news of his summer departure was announced, Ipswich will be bidding to end a run of five home games without a goal.

Bersant Celina’s long-range strike against Leeds on January 13 is the only goal McCarthy’s men have managed at home since before Christmas, stretching now to 473 minutes.

They will be looking to end that run against a red-hot Millwall side, who have dropped just two points from their last eight games. Only Cardiff, who won all eight, have taken more during that period.

It has left the Lions just two points off the play-off places. They are quick starters, too, with three goals inside the first minute in their last four games.

Stick with us for all the build-up, action and reaction from Portman Road.