Goals and Highlights: Ipswich Town 3-1 Birmingham in EFL Championship
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1:01 PM2 months ago

Match ends

The match ends at Portman Road. Ipswich Town beat Birmingham 3-1 in a match that was difficult for them at times. They get three valuable points to equal Leeds United in the fight for second place.
12:58 PM2 months ago

93'

⚽️ Ipswich Town goal! Hutchinson makes the most of the space, is left in front of goal and extends the lead for the Tractor Boys.
12:55 PM2 months ago

90'

The regulation time is expired. The referee grants 6 minutes of added time.
12:47 PM2 months ago

81'

⚽️ Goal for Ipswich Town! Jeremy Sarmiento finds himself unmarked and just pushes it in to put his side back in front.
12:42 PM2 months ago

76'

Now Ruddy is also present.
12:41 PM2 months ago

75'

Birmingham counterattack, Stansfield shot and Hladky prevented a great goal.
12:30 PM2 months ago

65'

Hladky made a save. They tried to surprise him at the near post, but he was very attentive. The Blues are pressing.
12:10 PM2 months ago

46'

The second half has begun at Portman Road.
11:54 AM2 months ago

45+4

The first half ends at Portman Road. Ipswich Town and Birmingham draw 1-1. Conor Chaplin opened the scoring for the home side at 31'; Jodan James equalized for the visitors at 45+1.
Photo:@IpswichTown
Photo:@IpswichTown
11:50 AM2 months ago

45+1

⚽️ Birmingham's goal! Diagonal from Miyoshi and Jordan James' shot to tie the game before the end of the first half.
11:49 AM2 months ago

45'

The referee grants 4 minutes of compensation
11:47 AM2 months ago

42'

Tyler Roberts almost caught Hladky by surprise, but the keeper was alert to cover his near post.
11:35 AM2 months ago

30'

⚽️ Ipswich Town goal! Broadhead shot that Chaplin deflects. Ruddy could not react and the score is opened at Portman Road.
11:24 AM2 months ago

20'

Wes Burns leaves the field with an injury; Omari Hutchinson enters in his place.
11:14 AM2 months ago

10'

Rudy catch on a poor shot by Conor Chaplin.
11:10 AM2 months ago

6'

The crowd applauds Tony Mowbray, a former Ipswich Town player and now manager of the visiting side, who was unable to attend today's game due to a medical recovery.
11:08 AM2 months ago

4'

Longo shot was deflected by a teammate. The locals have started incisively.
11:04 AM2 months ago

1'

The game starts between Ipswich Town vs Birmingham corresponding to the 34th date of the EFL Championship.
10:49 AM2 months ago

All set

With minutes to go, the players are ready for the opening protocol.
10:42 AM2 months ago

Referees

Referee: Gavin Ward

Assistant Referee: Shaun Hudson

Assistant Referee: Adam Crysell

Fourth official: Declan Bourne

Referee Ward has led Kieran McKenna's side three times this season and twice at Portman Road. He has experience in the EFL as well as the Premier League and international soccer.

Photo: ITFC
Photo: ITFC
10:39 AM2 months ago

Last confrontation

Town's last clash against Birmingham ended in a 2-2 draw at St Andrew's, where two unexpected goals from Marcus Harness levelled the tie in early November.

10:29 AM2 months ago

Birmingham Substitutes

Etheridge, Buchanan, Bacuna, Hogan, Dembele, Jutkiewicz, Gardner, Aiwu, Sunjic. 
10:27 AM2 months ago

Ipswich Town Substitutes

Walton, Clarke, Humphreys, Travis, Narness, Hutchinson, Sarmiento, Jackson, Al-Hamadi
10:20 AM2 months ago

Full house expected

There will be a full stadium at Portman Road. The club announced that all the tickets for this match are sold out. The fans are responding to the good moment the team is experiencing.
Photo: Jolyon Wright
Photo: Jolyon Wright
10:09 AM2 months ago

Birmingham Lineup

Ruddy, Laird, M. Roberts, Sanderson (c), T. Roberts, Miyoshi, Drameh, Paik, Dozzell, James, Stansfield.
10:06 AM2 months ago

Ipswich Town roster

Hladky; Tuanzebe, Woolfenden, Burgess, Davis, Morsy (c), Loungo, Burns, Chaplin, Broadhead, Moore. 
10:03 AM2 months ago

Start of coverage

Hello everyone, welcome to our broadcast of the match between Ipswich Town vs Birmingham, match corresponding to the 34th matchday of the EFL Championship, everything that happens here we tell you on VAVEL.
9:10 AM2 months ago

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In a few moments we will share with you the starting rosters for Ipswich Town vs Birmingham live, as well as the latest information from Portman Road. Keep an eye on the action with VAVEL's minute-by-minute online coverage.
9:05 AM2 months ago

How to watch Ipswich Town vs Birmingham in USA

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9:00 AM2 months ago

What time is the Ipswich vs Birmingham EFL Championship match?

This is the kick-off time for the Ipswich vs Birmingham match, Saturday, February 23, 2024 in various countries:
Argentina: 12:00 PM
Bolivia: 11:15 AM
Brazil: 12:00 PM
Chile: 12:00 PM
Colombia: 10:00 AM
Ecuador: 10:00 AM
USA (ET): 10:00 AM
Spain: 4:00 PM
Mexico: 9:00 AM
Paraguay: 11:00 AM
Peru: 11:00 AM
Uruguay: 12:00 PM
Venezuela: 11:00 AM
8:55 AM2 months ago

Absent

Tony Mowbray, Ipswich legend as a player, will be unable to face his former club after it was announced that he will take a six to eight game break following medical treatment. His assistant Mark Venus, who also played a key role in the 1999/00 season in which the Blues won promotion, will take over.
Photo: PA
Photo: PA
8:50 AM2 months ago

Press Conference

"When the game is like that you have to show your teeth. You have to show your threat on the top line. If you keep jumping and leaving a lot of space behind then we can get through you and hurt you very quickly. We did that in the first half, we scored three goals and we could have scored four or five," said Kieran McKenna after the last game where they almost took two points off them in the last.
Photo: Teh Times
Photo: The Times
8:45 AM2 months ago

Birmingham's last five games

The Blues are slowly recovering.

Los blues poco a poco se recuperan.

Birmingham 2-1 Sunderland.

Birmingham 2-1 Blackburn

Sheffield Wed 2-0 Birmingham

West Brom 1-0 Birmingham

Leicester 3-0 Birmingham (FA CUP)

8:40 AM2 months ago

Ipswich Town's last five matches

The Tractor Boys have not lost since February 3, 3-2 away to Preston.

Ipswich 4-3 Rotherham

Swansea 1-2 Ipswich

Millwall 0-4 Ipswich

Ipswich 2-2 West Brom

Preston 3-2 Ipswich

8:35 AM2 months ago

Birmingham Panorama

On the other hand, Tony Mowbray team seems to have taken a better course and is heading for higher positions, moving away from relegation. They have just won two crucial games that took them away from the last places; now they are breathing easier in the fifteenth position with 38 points in 32 games.
Photo: BCFC
Photo: BCFC
8:30 AM2 months ago

Panorama of Ipswich

Kieran McKenna side are coming off a hard-fought 4-3 midweek win over bottom-placed Rotherham, with Omari Hutchinson scoring in the 95th minute after the visitors had equalized in the 94th minute. 
They have now won three consecutive victories, which gives them hope of staying in the fight for a place in the top two of the competition. At the moment they are third with 69 points. 
Leeds won their game on Friday, taking a three-point lead over the Tractor Boys, who must win this Saturday if they are not to fall by the wayside.
Foto: @IpswichTown
Foto: @IpswichTown
8:25 AM2 months ago

Welcome

Welcome to VAVEL.com's coverage of the Football League Championship match Ipswich vs Birmingham. 
My name is Angel Ortega and I will be your host for this match. We will be bringing you pre-match analysis, facts, score updates and live news here on VAVEL.

 

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