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James Law

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  1. Thank you and goodbye

    FT: Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    That's it from us, on a night where West Brom showed they can eek out a result away from home when they need to.

    We'll be back from around 12:00 GMT on Saturday to bring you all the thrills and spills from another busy day of EFL action.

    Until then, goodbye.

  2. Post update

    FT: Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    That late Kayden Jackson goal means West Brom have still only kept one clean sheet in the league this season - compared to Middlesbrough's 11.

    The Baggies know what they have to work on but they're still second, which shows what an attacking force they are.

    Ipswich on the other hand were second best for much of the game, and will surely need to invest in January to change their fortunes.

    Paul Lambert
  3. 'We're pushing in right direction'

    FT: Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Quote Message: A couple weeks ago we were coming off a difficult spell, but we've regrouped and worked hard and we'll push on now. We want to keep ourselves in amongst it - we've still got plenty of work to do but we're pushing in the right direction. from Matt Phillips West Brom midfielder told Sky Sports
    Matt PhillipsWest Brom midfielder told Sky Sports
  4. 'There's more to come from us'

    FT: Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Quote Message: I'm very pleased with myself but the main thing is we've got three points. We're still disappointed in some of what we do at times, but there's more to come from us. from Jay Rodriguez West Brom goalscorer told Sky Sports
    Jay RodriguezWest Brom goalscorer told Sky Sports

    Coventry 1-1 Peterborough

    All over at the Ricoh, where there were goals galore in the closing stages!

    Ivan Toney gave Peterborough an 88th-minute lead, only for Conor Chaplin to level for Coventry in stoppage time.

    Honours even in League One.


    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    West Brom celebrate

    It was nervier than it should have been, but goals from Jay Rodriguez and Harvey Barnes are enough to send West Brom up to second in the Championship.

    Ipswich lose for the first time under Paul Lambert and remain five points adrift at the bottom of the table.

  7. Post update

    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Jack Lankester floats the ball just wide of the far post. In fact, it just clipped the post and went wide! Close!

    Not far away, but that'll probably be it for Ipswich.

    West Brom keeper Sam Johnstone is booked for some reason, but he won't care.


    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    It comes to nothing but Kieran Gibbs gives away a free-kick on the angle of the penalty area.

    The former Arsenal man is booked.

    Last chance for Ipswich.

  9. Post update

    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Freddie Sears wins Ipswich another corner and this time keeper Bartosz Bialkowski is up..!

  10. Post update

    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    The delivery is good for once but Ipswich skipper Luke Chambers can't make anything of it and the ball ends up in Sam Johnstone's grateful hands.

    West Brom pour forward and the pace of Harvey Barnes wins them a corner. No rush at all for the Baggies.


    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Four minutes added on and Ipswich have a corner.


  12. Post update

    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    The visitors are playing keep-ball now as they attempt to see this one out.

    Ipswich don't help themselves - Freddie Sears going in late on Craig Dawson to allow West Brom to slow things down.

  13. Post update

    Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    West Brom win a free-kick and are taking their sweet time.

    When they finally do take it, it's caught by Bartosz Bialkowski and Ipswich show some urgency.

    Gareth Barry replaces James Morrison for the visitors - Barry's the leading Premier League appearance-maker. Not bad.

  14. GOAL: Ipswich 1-2 West Brom

    Kayden Jackson

    A lifeline for Ipswich - but what was Tosin Adarabioyo doing?!

    The on-loan Manchester City defender is too casual - trying to take down a ball into the box - but only succeds in teeing up Kayden Jackson for a simple finish.

    The Ipswich sub gobbled up the chance well and West Brom suddenly look a bit nervous. Gareth Barry ready to come on for them.

  15. Post update

    Ipswich 0-2 West Brom

    Sub Kayden Jackson shows some willing - running into the channel, getting half a yard on Ahmed Hegazi and shooting just wide of the near post.

    Ipswich just lack composure and conviction in those crucial areas.

  16. League One latest

    Coventry 0-0 Peterborough

    Ged Scott

    BBC Sport at the Ricoh Arena

    Still no goals at the Ricoh Arena for the decently sized crowd of 11,719, but referee Anthony Backhouse has been keeping himself busy.

    He now has four names in his notebook; Coventry's Conor Chaplin, Posh pair Alex Woodyard and Ryan Tafazolli... and also visiting manager Steve Evans.

    Given the way he has been jabbering on at the officials all evening, his card was inevitable as Christmas coming next month.

    But, if this one stays goalless, heaven only knows what words of mirth and merriment he will have afterwards for his main striker Ivan Toney, who had his head in his hands after missing a sitter, somehow nodding wide from six yards with the keeper nowhere.

  17. Post update

    Ipswich 0-2 West Brom

    Youngster Jack Lankester makes an intelligent run to meet Cole Skuse's lofted ball into the area.

    He goes down under a clumsy challenge from Kieran Gibbs, but nothing is given.

    It would've been a tad soft, but it's a warning sign.

  18. GOAL: Ipswich 0-2 West Brom

    Harvey Barnes

    Harvey Barnes

    The gulf in class is there for all to see.

    Ipswich make a mess of a corner and West Brom counter - much like they did in the first half - Matt Phillips giving the ball to Harvey Barnes, who cuts inside Jordan Spence and squeezes a shot into the corner.

    It's a big ask for Ipswich to score two here - they bring strikers Jack Lankester and Kayden Jackson on.


    Ipswich 0-1 West Brom

    Dwight Gayle is getting ready to come on for West Brom - he's their top scorer with nine league goals.

    Darren Moore clearly thinks his side can get a second here to make the closing minutes more comfortable.

    He's on for the industrious Hal Robson-Kanu.

  20. Post update

    Ipswich 0-1 West Brom

    Tony Brown

    Former West Brom striker on BBC WM 95.6

    He's done it again! How much time does he want? He's taken an extra touch and he doesn't need to! That wins the game for me.