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Chaplow strike raises Ipswich hopes

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A dramatic Richard Chaplow winner deep into injury time lifted Ipswich back into the Championship play-off places as they beat former leaders Watford 1-0 at Vicarage Road.

It was a tight contest throughout with clear-cut chances at a premium, but the Hornets appeared to have come the closest to winning it when Odion Ighalo stabbed a Troy Deeney cross narrowly over the bar.

A goalless draw looked increasingly inevitable until deep into time added on when Freddie Sears won possession from Ben Watson...

Ipswich Town 1-0 Bolton Wanderers

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Jay Tabb scored a priceless 79th minute winner as Ipswich Town got their play-off dreams back on track with a 1-0 win over Bolton Wanderers.

The midfielder earned Ipswich their first win in five matches after a dour match at Portman Road that seemed destined to end goalless.

Bolton, who have not won away for two months, were guilty of missing some golden chances through impressive debutant Rochinha and Craig Davies in the final minute.

A cagey opening saw away midfielder Giles Coke test the palms of...

Middlesbrough 4-1 Ipswich Town

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Middlesbrough maintained their challenge at the top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 4-1 victory at home to play-off chasing Ipswich.

Two brilliant second-half goals from Patrick Bamford saw Aitor Karanka's side move three points clear at the summit, with the rest of the chasing pack aiming to close that gap later on Saturday afternoon.

However, it was not all plain sailing for Boro. Daniel Ayala gave the home side an early lead, but Championship top scorer Daryl Murphy equalised with his 23rd goal...

Ipswich Town 1-1 Brentford

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Promotion hopefuls Ipswich and Brentford shared the points in a 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw at Portman Road.

Top scorer Daryl Murphy gave the hosts a ninth-minute lead but Jonathan Douglas levelled 16 minutes later and that was where the scoring ended.

The result means the teams remain in the places they occupied before the match, with Brentford sixth - one point and one place better off than Mick McCarthy's men.

Both sides made a bright start and it lit up even more for the home side when they took...

Leeds United 2-1 Ipswich Town

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Leeds goalkeeper Marco Silvestri redeemed himself in the most dramatic of fashions as his side beat Ipswich 2-1 at Elland Road.

The Italian fumbled a Freddie Sears shot into his own goal to cancel out Alex Mowatt's fine opener, and then breathed a sigh of relief when Billy Sharp's stunning volley put Leeds back in front.

Silvestri's ultimate redemption came in the 84th minute, though, when he flung himself to his right to push a Daryl Murphy penalty onto the post and earn Leeds a win which keeps Ipswich...