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Previous encounters: Ipswich Town v Burnley

Burnley have just the one win at Portman Road but draws aren’t uncommon, writes James Bird.

Last time out

Burnley travelled to Portman Road in August 2010 and earned a hard fought draw with an injury time equaliser from Clarke Carlisle. The Clarets finished the tie with just ten men as David Edgar was dismissed on 79 minutes for a second bookable offence. Ipswich went ahead from a corner on 86 minutes that was headed back into the danger area by Jon Stead before David Norris back-heeled the ball home from close range. However, the visitors didn’t give up and a Graham Alexander corner was met by Carlisle – whose glancing header earned Laws’ men a point.

Ipswich Town 1 – 1 Burnley. 14 August 2010.

One for us

Burnley’s one win at Ipswich came in the 1969/1970 season courtesy of a Chris Casper goal.

Ipswich Town 0 – 1 Burnley. 17 January 1970.

One for them

A late penalty sealed all three points for the Tractor Boys when Burnley visited in February 2006. The Clarets had gone ahead courtesy of a Michael Ricketts goal as Burnley managed to restrict Ipswich’s chances at goal. The home side equalised after 62 minutes as Alan Lee controlled a cross and turned John McGreal before smashing the ball home. Burnley again finished a game with ten men as Wayne Thomas was dismissed after 81 minutes for a second booking, just after Michael Duff had fouled ex-Claret Alan Lee in the box with Matt Richards converting the spot kick for the winner.

Ipswich Town 2 – 1 Burnley. 11 February 2006.

Head-to-head at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town – Nine wins, 35 goals.

Biggest win – 6-1, 14 October 2003.

Burnley – one wins, 15 goals.

Biggest win – 0-1, 17 January 1970.

Draws – seven.

The last four games between these side at Portman Road have been draws, do you think this will continue tonight? Let us know in the comments on the right hand side.

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