Goals and highlights Ipswich Town vs Rotherham in EFL Championship (4-3)
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5:54 PM2 months ago


Ipswich Town come from behind to lead 3-1, equalize in injury time, but score to beat Rotherham in the EFL Championship
5:49 PM2 months ago


Goal. Heartbreak for the Millers, as Hutchinson drills it past Johansson after being found inside the box. 4-3
5:47 PM2 months ago


GOOOAAAALLLLLL!!!!!!! Cafu dinks it down the middle to level it! 3-3!!!!!!
5:44 PM2 months ago


Eight minutes added! 
5:43 PM2 months ago


Nombe forces a save from Hladky adter being found by Kioso! The Millers are refusing to throw in the towel. 
5:40 PM2 months ago


Two Millers changes as Leam Richardson rolls the dice. Charlie Wyke and Cafu are thrown on, with Tom Eaves and Andy Rinomhota making way. 
5:38 PM2 months ago


Broadhead looks to latch onto Moore's flick on, but the situation is defended well by the defender who gets himself in front of the attacker, allowing Johansson to claim. 
5:34 PM2 months ago


Off the post! Kioso is denied an equaliser by the smallest of margins. Odoffin's cross reaches the wing-back, who fires low from a wide position and he is unfortunate to see his effort strike to woodwork and bounce wide.
5:29 PM2 months ago


The Millers are contiuing to push here and a long kick from Johansson almost drops for Nombe inside the box. Sadly for the Millers, he is unable to reach it and the hosts clear. 
5:25 PM2 months ago


Quick thinking from Clucas. He's fouled on halfway by Morsy and plays it quickly out wide to Kioso, who finds his fellow wing-back Seriki with his cross, but he heads wide. 
5:21 PM2 months ago


A combination of Johansson and Kioso prevents Burns from completing his hat-trick. A ball through from Chaplin just about reaches the attacker, but Kioso prevents him from getting an effort away with a well-timed sliding tackle. The ball was still active, though, and Johansson is forced to make a save. 
5:19 PM2 months ago


More hesitancy at the back from Ipswich and it presents Hugill with a crossing chance, but he can't find Seriki with his lifted ball in. 
5:15 PM2 months ago


GOAL!!!! The Millers have a lifeline and it's Hakeem Odoffin who reacts quickest to turn the ball in! A delivery from Clucas is won by Morrison ahead of Hladky and breaks for the defender to strike and he makes no mistake to make it 3-2. 
5:12 PM2 months ago


Davis looks for Moore at the far stick with his delivery from the right, but it is over his head and behind. 
5:10 PM2 months ago


Morsy wins it off Tiehi on halfway. The midfielder looked in discomfort from the follow through on the challenge and is currently receiving attention from the medical staff. 
4:59 PM2 months ago


The Second half starts
4:45 PM2 months ago


End of first half for Ipswich Town v Rotherham
4:41 PM2 months ago


Another suspect moment at the back for the hosts but they just about get away with is as Hladky looks to prevent a wayward pass from going out for a corner, but in turn knocks into the path of Eaves. The keeper is able to recover well before the ball is smashed behind, with the resulting corner just over the head of Hugill. 
4:37 PM2 months ago


Hugill and Rinomhota to combine to release Seriki, who sees his cross turned behind for a corner. Clucas works it short from Seriki before getting it back to cross, but the delivery is repelled. 
4:33 PM2 months ago


We're into 10 added minutes. 
4:33 PM2 months ago


Clucas lines up a free kick from the right flank, but his delivery is turned behind by Chaplin for a corner. 
4:29 PM2 months ago


A Davis cross from deep reaches Burns on the far post, who climbs above Kioso to direct a header towards goal. Just wide. 
4:25 PM2 months ago


Kioso - who has now moved over to the left flank - looks to thread a ball through for Rinomhota to strike, but a foot from Woolfenden prevents him from reaching it. 
4:24 PM2 months ago


The midfielder is unable to continue, with Femi Seriki taking his place. 
4:22 PM2 months ago


Currently a break in play here at Portman Road, with Rathbone receiving attention. The midfielder collides with Sarmiento and appears to have crashed into the advertising hoardings following a challenge for the ball. 
4:21 PM2 months ago


IPSWICH! Goal. It's a second for Burns, who forces Johansson into a save after being played through on goal. The Millers can't get the ball clear and it falls for the wide man again, who manages to poke his effort over the line. 3-1. 
4:13 PM2 months ago


Clucas goes short to Rathbone who lines up a low strike, which forces Hladky into a save. 
4:11 PM2 months ago


Clucas delivers from the left, but again the referee awards a free kick to the hosts. 
4:08 PM2 months ago


A quick throw almost presents Moore with a shooting chance inside the box, but Tiehi is able to nip in with a good interception and win his team a goal kick in the process. 
4:05 PM2 months ago


Clucas aims his delivery towards Morrison, but Moore is able to rise highest at the near post to head clear. 
4:03 PM2 months ago


Ipswich! Goal. The hosts turn the game on it's head to go 2-1 ahead. Burns is freed down the right flank and drills a low cross into the path of Moore, who applies the finish from close range.  
3:59 PM2 months ago


Moore flicks a Woolfenden headed clearance into the path of Sarmiento, who would have had a run through on goal, had the big striker not been flagged for offside. 
3:58 PM2 months ago


IPSWICH TOWN! Goal for the hosts. Davis picks out Wes Burns at the back post and he beats Johansson with a diving header. 1-1. 
3:56 PM2 months ago


A loose pass in the middle almost presents Hugill with the ball, Wolfenden is able to get there first to make a rushed clearance at the expense of a throw. 
3:53 PM2 months ago


Almost an instant reply from the Tractor Boys as Moore rises highest to meet a Davis set-piece deliver from the left flank. Thankfully for the Millers, the striker glances his header just wide of the target. 
3:50 PM2 months ago


ROTHERHAM! It's Tom Eaves!!!! Brilliant battling from Clucas to thread the ball through the striker, who applies a clinical finish to put the Millers 1-0 ahead!  
3:48 PM2 months ago


Ball rolling for Ipswich Town v Rotherham at Portman Road Stadium, Ipswich
3:42 PM2 months ago

Ready for battle

3:37 PM2 months ago

Ipswich vs Rotherham prediction

A duel between opposites. Ipswich are still dreaming of direct access to the Premier League. The Blues are the favorites and I believe they should be able to impose themselves against an opponent who doesn't show any power of reaction. The big question is whether they can win comfortably and with an elastic scoreline.

My bet is on the over 2.5 goals market, expecting at least one lively game with the attacks working.

3:29 PM2 months ago

Rotherham XI:

Johansson, Clucas, Eaves, Hugill, Rinomhota, Rathbone, Peltier, Odoffin, Morrison, Tiehi, Kioso.


3:24 PM2 months ago

Ipswich XI

3:24 PM2 months ago


The Millers are bottom of the competition with just 19 points from 32 games. The gap to Millwall, the first team outside the Z3, is 13 points and relegation to the third tier seems inevitable.

The club has three wins, ten draws and nineteen defeats. The attack has scored 26 goals and the defense has conceded 60.

In their last outing, they lost 1-0 at home to Watford. It was their eighth game without a win this season and their fourth defeat in a row.

3:13 PM2 months ago


The Blues have been in the top two for a long time, even turning the season around, but they've struggled with a bad run of form and have been overtaken by Southampton and Leeds.

With 66 points from 32 games, they are one behind Southampton and three behind Leeds, who have a game in hand. If they win, they'll put pressure on the Saints and draw level with the Whites.

On Saturday, Ipswich visited Swansea and managed to beat the Welsh side 2-1, with goals from Conor Chaplin and Nathan Broadhead.

Ipswich are fourth in the Championship with nineteen wins, nine draws and four defeats. The attack has scored 61 goals and the defense has conceded 41.

3:05 PM2 months ago


In the context of head-to-head meetings between Ipswich and Rotherham, recent history reveals a relative balance, with varying results. The FA Cup clash culminated in a convincing 4-1 win for Ipswich, in contrast to the 2-2 draw in the Championship. Rotherham secured a slender 1-0 victory in League One.
3:00 PM2 months ago

Ipswich vs Rotherham record


In the last 14 matches between them, Rotherham have won eight, Ipswich have drawn two and Ipswich have won four.

Their most recent match ended in a 2-2 draw on November 7, 2023.

2:55 PM2 months ago


Amid the fierce competition in the Championship, Ipswich Town have emerged as a strong side, occupying a distinguished 4th position in the league table.

Their record this season has been marked by a remarkable run of 19 wins, 9 draws and 4 defeats.

2:50 PM2 months ago


One hour to go until the ball rolls for Ipswich Town v Rotherham
2:45 PM2 months ago

Channels for Ipswich Town vs Rotherham on TV in real time?

Ipswich Town vs Rotherham

EFL Championship

Date: February 20, Tuesday

Time: 16:45

Venue: Portman Road Stadium, Ipswich

Broadcast: No broadcast in Brazil

2:40 PM2 months ago

When is the Ipswich Town vs Rotherham match?

The match between Ipswich Town and Rotherham will kick off at 2:45 pm ET at Portman Road Stadium in Ipswich, England, in the 33rd round of the EFL Championship 2023/24. You can see it all here on VAVEL Brasil.
2:35 PM2 months ago

Rotherham - Visiting performance

Rotherham, has played as a visitor in 15 so far. They have the following figures when playing away from their home fans:

Wins: 0

Draws: 4

Losses: 11

Turning these figures into percentages, Rotherham have won 0% of their away games. When it comes to draws away from home, the team have drawn with their opponents 27% of the time. The away defeat rate is 73%.

2:30 PM2 months ago

Ipswich - Performance at home

Ipswich, when playing as a home team (15 home games in England's Second Division), have the following record:

Wins: 10

Draws: 4

Defeats: 1

In other words, Ipswich have won 67% of their home games. In terms of draws, they have a home record of 27%. Defeats account for 7% of the matches played at their stadium.

2:25 PM2 months ago

Rotherham go into this game unmotivated

Rotherham come into this game demotivated after a 0-1 home defeat to Watford. The away side usually play in a traditional 5-3-2 formation, favoring a faster style of play with constant transitions. It should be noted that, in this design, the two most advanced players on the pitch are Charlie Wyke and Sam Nombe.

It's worth noting that Rotherham seem to be going through a rough patch, with nine consecutive games without a win. The visiting coach should be very pleased to have all the players at his disposal.

2:20 PM2 months ago

Nathan Broadhead e Conor Chaplin

Ipswich go into this match motivated after a 1-2 away win at Swansea: Nathan Broadhead and Conor Chaplin scored the goals. The home side usually play in a 4-3-3 formation, favoring a slower style of play and mostly channeling their play through the central corridor. The three most advanced players are Nathan Broadhead, Kieffer Moore and Omari Hutchinson.

Massimo Luongo, Samy Morsy and Conor Chaplin could play in the central area of the pitch. One of the home side's strengths is their aerial duels, given the size of their players. Coach Kieran McKenna won't be able to count on George Hirst and Jack Taylor as they are currently out with medical problems.

2:15 PM2 months ago


The away team play Ipswich in a late match on matchday 29, after 3 wins, 10 draws and 19 defeats in their league games so far. This is a team affected by the home factor, stronger when they play with the support of their fans, as in the last 30 games they have 4 draws and 11 defeats as visitors, with a total of 8 goals scored and 38 conceded. At home, they've won 3, drawn 5 and lost 7, with a total of 14 goals scored and 19 conceded. Their last away game in this competition ended in a 3-0 defeat against Leeds United. In their last 10 away league games, Rotherham have drawn 4 and lost 6, taking 4 points out of a possible 30.

In this competition, they haven't won as visitors in 15 games. The team has allowed goals to their opponents in 9 of their last 10 league games, so they haven't been very strong defensively. There tends to be goals in their away games, as 14 of their last 15 matches in this competition have ended with more than 1.5 goals. In 32 games in this competition, it has conceded the first goal 20 times and has never managed to turn the game around.

2:10 PM2 months ago

Ipswich Town

The home side play a late match on matchday 29 against Rotherham, having won 19, drawn 9 and lost 4 of their league games so far. This is a team little affected by the home factor, i.e. they have similar results home and away, as in their last 30 matches they have 7 wins, 5 draws and 3 defeats as visitors, with 23 goals scored and 18 conceded, compared to 9 wins, 4 draws and 2 defeats at home, with 34 goals scored and 24 conceded.

In this competition, they haven't lost at home in 13 matches. Their defensive solidity has not been their strong point, as they have conceded goals in 7 of their last 10 games, but their attack has scored regularly, as they have scored goals in 7 of their last 10 games in this competition. In their home games there is a tendency for goals, as 12 of their last 15 games in the competition have ended with more than 2.5 goals. In 32 games in this competition, they have managed to turn the game around in 5 of the 14 games in which they conceded the first goal.

2:05 PM2 months ago


On Tuesday, February 20, at 4:45 p.m. (BST), at Portman Road Stadium in Ipswich. Amid the fierce competition in the Championship, Ipswich Town have emerged as a strong side, occupying a distinguished 4th position in the league table.

Their record this season has been marked by a remarkable run of 19 wins, 9 draws and 4 defeats.

To date, Ipswich have won 58% of their 31 matches in England's 2nd Division. When playing at home, the win rate is 67% (there have been 15 home games). Other data that should be taken into account is the number of goals scored and conceded so far.

Overall, Ipswich have a defense that has conceded 23 goals so far in the league. When it comes to attacking power, Ipswich have an average of 1.9 goals scored per game in the competition.

2:00 PM2 months ago

Welcome to the Ipswich Town vs Rotherham commentary

Hello, soccer lovers! It's now time for the decisive FA Cup match between two teams: Rotherham on one side. On the other is Ipswich Town. Follow everything about the duel between the teams here, in real time on VAVEL Brasil.