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Matchday Recap: Blues have to settle for a draw in vital Reading clash

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 November 2018 | UPDATED: 23:36 10 November 2018

Freddie Sears shoots through a crowd of bodies at Reading during the second half Picture Pagepix

Freddie Sears shoots through a crowd of bodies at Reading during the second half Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town drew 2-2 with Reading at the Madejski Stadium in a dramatic game this afternoon.

It’s a vital game for the Blues as they take on a Reading side sat two places above them in the Championship table, with the gap between the two currently standing at five points.

Following this afternoon’s game the Blues will have a two-week international break, during which new manager Paul Lambert will have time to work with his players following a hectic start to his time at the club.

Ipswich will be back by a 2,000-strong away support this afternoon, with fans encouraged to hold scarves aloft to show their support for Lambert and his team.

Kick-off’s at 3pm and you can follow all the build-up, action and reaction with us right here.

After suffering from a heart attack ten years ago, Davide Gasparin recalls being struck by a terrible fear that the same thing might happen again.

Train services between Ipswich and Cambridge will be delayed for up to 40 minutes due to a trespassing incident.

While most people tend to think of online offers when they think of Black Friday deals, some independent stores in Ipswich are also getting in on the act this year too.

Contemporary ballet director Holly Noble is premiering a new take on the Snow White legend at DanceEast this weekend. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about the contemporary concerns reflected in the timeless story

A college in Suffolk has said it believes the popularity in crime dramas on TV has helped boost take up in science subjects, after demand for places has quadrupled.

A customer at an Ipswich McDonald’s restaurant has described seeing a 16-year-old boy “writhing” on the ground in the car park after an alleged stabbing.

Marks & Spencer has been criticised for a “grotesque” and “vomit-inducing” Christmas window display advertising women’s “fancy little knickers” alongside men’s suits.

A pub in Suffolk is hosting a party for four-legged friends to celebrate winning a national award.

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of an immigration offence in Ipswich.

Get your hands on a Christmas tree from the same company which have suppled 10 Downing Street in previous years.

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