IPSWICH Town lost 2-0 at home to Watford, in the Championship, on Tuesday night.

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Goals in each half from Ikechi Anya and Nathaniel Chalobah sealed victory for the impressive Hornets.

Tommy Smith had a goal ruled out at the other end for offside.

Archant photographer Sarah Lucy Brown captured the best of the action from Portman Road.

4 comments

  • As usual, outplayed in midfield. It was 3 against 1 as only hyam did anything. N'Daw has been awful the last two games. It's going to be a struggle with the midfield that we have to stay in this Division. we must be cursed. Every time we buy a player he gets injured and is out for most, or the rest of the season. We should be keeping an eye out for midfielders now with the intention of purchasing them at the end of the season, regardless of which Division we are playing in.Of course it will be much more difficuld persuading someone to join us to get promotion to the Championship rather than the Premiership. It will be devistating if we get relegated as supporters will know that the Premiership would then be a minimum of two years away, if then.

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    whymarkmariner

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

  • Only lost 2 - 0 it could and should have been 6 - 0 town were as usual lucky to not get pulverized at home yet again!!!

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    ged scott

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

  • Not only did we lose but there's a bad smell around again, eh Ged.

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    threenewknees

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

  • Ged Scott, Bet you didnt even go! We was beaten by a better side. We didnt play badly just didnt go our way!

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    IpswichTownFC4Ever

    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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