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Robert Koren takes a shot.
Inswinging corner taken by Robert Koren, save by Marton Fulop. Corner taken left-footed by Andy Dawson, clearance made by Gareth McAuley.
Jamie Devitt comes on in place of Cameron Stewart.
Matt Fryatt produces a cross, Carlos Edwards gets a block in. Inswinging corner taken by Robert Koren from the left by-line, Connor Wickham makes a clearance.
Grant Leadbitter has an effort at goal from outside the area missing to the wide right of the target.
Jay Simpson scores a headed goal from inside the penalty area. Ipswich 1-1 Hull.Assist on the goal came from Corry Evans.
Shot by Cameron Stewart. Blocked by Gareth McAuley.
Andy Dawson crosses the ball, clearance made by Connor Wickham.
Corner taken by Andy Dawson, Damien Delaney makes a clearance.
Luciano Civelli joins the action as a substitute, replacing Lee Martin.
Tamas Priskin joins the action as a substitute, replacing Jason Scotland. Jason Scotland gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nick Barmby. Robert Koren crosses the ball in from the free kick, clearance made by Connor Wickham.
Jay Simpson on for Tijani Belaid.
Shot from outside the area by Andy Drury misses to the left of the goal.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Lee Martin. Bradley Guzan takes the indirect free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Connor Wickham on Robert Koren. Liam Rosenior takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Liam Rosenior on Connor Wickham. Indirect free kick taken by Damien Delaney.
Nick Barmby concedes a free kick for a foul on Damien Delaney. Mark Kennedy crosses the ball in from the free kick, Unfair challenge on Anthony Gerrard by Gareth McAuley results in a free kick. Indirect free kick taken by Bradley Guzan.
Corry Evans takes a shot. Blocked by Damien Delaney.
Nick Barmby is brought on as a substitute for Aaron Mclean.
Shot by Robert Koren from outside the box goes high over the target.
Aaron Mclean has a drilled shot. Save by Marton Fulop.
Lee Martin takes a shot. Blocked by Liam Rosenior.
Lee Martin crosses the ball, Liam Rosenior manages to make a clearance.
Centre by Andy Dawson, clearance by Damien Delaney.
Jason Scotland finds the back of the net with a goal from the edge of the area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Ipswich 1-0 Hull.Assist by Connor Wickham.
A cross is delivered by Carlos Edwards, Bradley Guzan makes a save.
Centre by Mark Kennedy, Anthony Gerrard manages to make a clearance.
Mark Kennedy challenges Aaron Mclean unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Aaron Mclean.
Lee Martin fouled by Andy Dawson, the ref awards a free kick. Grant Leadbitter shoots direct from the free kick, blocked by Aaron Mclean.
The referee blows for offside. Free kick taken by Marton Fulop.
Andy Drury delivers the ball, save by Bradley Guzan.
Lee Martin fouled by Andy Dawson, the ref awards a free kick. The free kick is delivered right-footed by Andy Drury from right wing, Aaron Mclean makes a clearance.
The official flags Jason Scotland offside. Bradley Guzan restarts play with the free kick.
Jason Scotland sends in a cross, Anthony Gerrard manages to make a clearance.
Andy Dawson takes a corner.
Mark Kennedy produces a cross, inswinging corner taken by Lee Martin. The referee blows for offside against Damien Delaney. Bradley Guzan takes the indirect free kick.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Andy Drury.
The ball is crossed by Andy Drury, Corry Evans gets a block in. Corner from the right by-line taken by Andy Drury, clearance made by James Chester. Corner taken short by Lee Martin, clearance by Robert Koren.
Carlos Edwards delivers the ball, clearance by Anthony Gerrard.
Grant Leadbitter goes into the book for unsporting behaviour. Foul by Grant Leadbitter on Cameron Stewart, free kick awarded. Andy Dawson crosses the ball, Aaron Mclean takes a shot. Blocked by Damien Delaney.
Mark Kennedy produces a cross, blocked by Robert Koren.
Grant Leadbitter takes a shot. Save made by Bradley Guzan. Corner taken by Andy Drury, clearance by Anthony Gerrard. Grant Leadbitter produces a left-footed shot from long range that goes harmlessly over the bar.
The ball is crossed by Liam Rosenior.
A cross is delivered by Lee Martin, Connor Wickham produces a left-footed shot from close in which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
The ball is swung over by Connor Wickham, Liam Rosenior manages to make a clearance.
Unfair challenge on Lee Martin by Robert Koren results in a free kick. Carlos Edwards takes the free kick.
Jason Scotland produces a right-footed shot from outside the penalty box and misses right.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Jason Scotland. Indirect free kick taken by Liam Rosenior.
Shot on goal by Grant Leadbitter from inside the box goes harmlessly over the target.
The ball is swung over by Carlos Edwards.
Foul by Mark Kennedy on Cameron Stewart, free kick awarded. Tijani Belaid produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick.
Foul by Andy Drury on Andy Dawson, free kick awarded. Anthony Gerrard takes the free kick.
A cross is delivered by Lee Martin, clearance made by Anthony Gerrard. Andy Drury takes a corner.
Lee Martin crosses the ball. Corner taken by Andy Drury from the right by-line, Robert Koren manages to make a clearance.
Liam Rosenior sends in a cross, clearance by Mark Kennedy. Robert Koren takes a shot. Gareth McAuley gets a block in.
Cameron Stewart sends in a cross, blocked by Mark Kennedy. Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Andy Dawson from the right by-line, clearance made by Gareth McAuley. Corner taken left-footed by Andy Dawson, Mark Kennedy manages to make a clearance.
Andy Drury takes the inswinging corner, Liam Rosenior makes a clearance. Corner taken by Andy Drury from the right by-line, free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Anthony Gerrard by Gareth McAuley. Free kick taken by Bradley Guzan.
Shot from 25 yards from Andy Drury. Bradley Guzan makes a save. The assistant referee flags for offside against Matt Fryatt. Free kick taken by Marton Fulop.
Effort on goal by Carlos Edwards from long distance goes over the crossbar.
Centre by Cameron Stewart.
Bullard blow for Town
Ipswich manager Paul Jewell will be without Jimmy Bullard for the visit of Hull.
Midfielder Bullard has played a key part in Town's resurgence under Jewell but is not available under the terms of his loan move from parent club Hull.
Captain David Norris remains out for another fortnight with the knee and ankle injuries he suffered at Barnsley last Saturday so Mark Kennedy may be required to move into midfield from left-back.
Striker Jason Scotland has been talking up a move back to former club Swansea but came off the bench to score at Oakwell last weekend and was back in the starting XI for the 6-0 thrashing of Doncaster in midweek.
He will be flanked by Lee Martin and Connor Wickham - who scored his first career hat-trick at the Keepmoat.
Goalkeeper Brian Murphy has stepped up his comeback from a broken ankle after coming out of plaster and will be back in around six weeks, meaning Marton Fulop will continue.
Hull's new loan signing Jack Hobbs could go straight into the starting line-up.
Hobbs, 22, joined the Tigers from Leicester until the end of the season on Tuesday to team back up with former Foxes boss Nigel Pearson.
City will be without Paul McShane, who has joined Barnsley in a two-month loan deal.
Pearson will also be able to call on James Harper after the midfielder missed the last two games due to a foot problem.
Goalkeeper Vito Mannone, on loan from Arsenal, is still working his way back to full fitness after a groin injury and winger Richard Garcia is making steady progress following knee surgery.
Pearson has no new injury or suspension problems as his side look to extend their unbeaten league run to eight games.
Simpson homes in on point for Tigers
Jay Simpson came off the bench to rescue a point for Hull at Ipswich in the npower Championship.
Ipswich had looked to be heading for a deserved win when Jason Scotland netted in the 58th minute.
But Simpson, making his first appearance since January, nodded in a delightful header five minutes from the end to extent Hull's unbeaten run in the league to eight matches.
Ipswich were forced into a change as on-loan Jimmy Bullard was ruled out due to the terms of his deal from his parent club.
Andy Drury came in for Ipswich, while Hull boss Nigel Pearson kept faith with the team that edged past Preston last week.
The hosts created the first chance when Connor Wickham, fresh from his treble at Doncaster, held the ball up to lay off for Lee Martin.
Martin latched on to the pass but his drive from long distance flew over Brad Guzan's crossbar.
The teenager was the catalyst behind every Ipswich attack and the winger skipped past Liam Rosenior to force a corner for his side.
Hull weathered the early storm but the pace with which Wickham ghosted past the Hull right-back was an indication of the problems the away side would face.
They hit back when Cameron Stewart forced a save from Marton Fulop in their first foray into Ipswich territory.
Tijani Belaid nearly pinched the lead for Hull with an audacious free-kick from 40 yards that grazed the top of the goal.
Ipswich always looked threatening and a fierce hit from Grant Leadbitter brought a decent save from Guzan.
Wickham went closer to putting his side in front until Andy Dawson made use of all his experience to put in a superb goal-saving challenge.
That helped Hull through to half-time unscathed and Pearson's men were able to regroup for the second period.
They stifled the threat of Wickham's pace but the 17-year-old still carried enough menace to lay on a goal for his team in the 58th minute.
His pass found Scotland on the edge of the box and the big striker was given enough room to get his shot away.
The strike looked a tame one but it was firm enough to creep past Guzan as Scotland celebrated his ninth goal of the season.
Aaron Mclean offered his first significant contribution of the afternoon to warm Fulop's hands but Hull were in dire need of impact as they began the search for a leveller.
And it was City's forgotten man, Simpson, who snatched a point for Pearson's men.
The summer signing from Arsenal came on for Belaid and needed seven minutes to make his mark on the clash.
Latching on to a Corry Evans cross from the left, Simpson connected from 12 yards to direct a header past Fulop and grab his team a draw.
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