Sheff Weds 2-2 Ipswich Town: The Owls denied all 3 points at Hillsborough

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On Saturday, SWFC and Ipswich Town played out a 2-2 draw at Hillsborough Stadium. Both SWFC and Ipswich Town arrived in good form, having secured victories in their previous matches. SWFC were looking to pick up points after winning last match while Ipswich Town were hoping to continue their winning streak after back-to-back victories against Bristol Rovers and Accrington Stanley. SWFC are now in 4th place on the table and have 17 points while Ipswich Town sit in 1st with 21 points after 10 matches.

Ipswich Town started the match strongly, with an early goal from Kayden Jackson in the 4th minute, saw out the first half 1-0.

Ipswich Town took the initiative in the second half, when Dominic Iorfa found the net in the 71st minute. However, The Owls refused to lie down and managed to pull back a goal from George Byers after 75 minutes. SWFC then netted again and found an equaliser thanks to a goal from Michael Smith just before the full time to give a final score of 2-2.

SWFC brought on Lee Gregory and Alexander Mighten for Fisayo Dele-Bashiru and Dominic Iorfa. Ipswich Town brought on Greg Leigh, Marcus Harness, Freddie Ladapo and Richard Keogh, to replace Leif Davis, Conor Chaplin, Tyreece John-Jules and Kayden Jackson.

There were bookings for Barry Bannan and Reece James from SWFC. For Ipswich Town, Luke Woolfenden, Leif Davis, Greg Leigh, Wes Burns, Sam Morsy and Marcus Harness saw yellow.

SWFC will next play Wycombe Wanderers at home, with Ipswich Town facing Plymouth Argyle away.

Technical card:
Sheffield Wednesday:Barry Bannan, Fisayo Dele-Bashiru (Lee Gregory, min.57), Dominic Iorfa (Alexander Mighten, min.71), George Byers, Reece James and Michael Smith
Ipswich Town:Kayden Jackson (Richard Keogh, min.81), Luke Woolfenden, Leif Davis (Greg Leigh, min.55), Conor Chaplin (Marcus Harness, min.68), Tyreece John-Jules (Freddie Ladapo, min.69), Wes Burns and Sam Morsy
Stadium:Hillsborough Stadium
Goals:Kayden Jackson (0-1, min. 4), Dominic Iorfa (0-2, min. 71), George Byers (1-2, min. 75) and Michael Smith (2-2, min. 89)