Date: 26th January 2019 at 6:04pm
Written by:
Aston Villa
2 – 1
Ipswich Town

Villa Park


26/01/2019 3:00 pm

Attendance: 33653

Referee: Stroud

Aston Villa Ipswich Town
Abraham (6, pen 61) Sears (76)
Hutton Pennington
Elphick Chambers
Chester Collins
Taylor Kenlock
Whelan 78 Chalobah 92
Adomah 68 Skuse
McGinn Judge
El Ghazi
85 Keane 62
Abraham Sears


Steer Gerken
Jedinak 85 Jackson 92
Davis Nolan
Kodjia 78 Bishop
Elmohamady 68 Nsiala
Hause Elder
O'Hare Quaner 62

Game Statistics

23 Goal attempts 8
13 On Target 4
9 Corners 3
14 Fouls 19
3 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
45 % 55

Aston Villa welcomed back former manager Paul Lambert to Villa Park earlier today as we hosted Ipswich Town in our latest Championship clash.

Looking to get back to winning ways after recent poor form for head coach Dean Smith, a Tammy Abraham brace gave us all three points on the day. The on loan Chelsea man opened the scoring six minutes in, and just after the hour mark he converted from the penalty spot to double our advantage after John McGinn was fouled in the box.

The visitors did get one goal back with just under 15 minutes remaining in the tie, but we hung on to record our first home win since the end of November,

We move into tenth place in the second tier table with the win and are now four points off the Play-Off spots.

Ipswich did have more of the ball, but we should certainly take confidence from the 23 chances we fashioned, especially as we got 13 on target, and if we can shore up defence we all know we’ll be in a much better place moving forward again.


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