- Venue:London Road Ground
- Referee:Linington, J
That's it, it's all over, the referee has blown the final whistle.
Liam Dickinson is replaced by Aaron McLean.
Goal!! Peterborough have scored with Craig Morgan putting it in the back of the net.
Ipswich are replacing David Healy with Pablo Counago.
Ipswich are replacing Grant Leadbitter with Alan Quinn.
Goal!! Lee Frecklington scores for Peterborough.
Owen Garvan is replaced by Jaime Peters.
Goal!! Liam Dickinson scores for Peterborough.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 1.
The ref has blown his whistle for half time.
Damien Delaney is booked for unsporting behaviour.
Craig Mackail-Smith is replaced by Reuben Reid.
David Norris is booked for unsporting behaviour.
Josh Simpson goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
Goal!! Daryl Murphy scores for Ipswich.
The ref has blown his whistle and the match has started.
Peterborough face Ipswich at 7:45pm on Tuesday, February 16th.
Liam Dickinson announced his arrival at London Road in style by inspiring rock-bottom Peterborough United to three precious points, as the Posh saw off Ipswich Town 3-1.
The loan ace, captured from League One side Brighton on Monday for the rest of the season, enjoyed a dream debut scoring one goal and creating another.
He was at the centre of a cracking comeback as Jim Gannon's men recovered from going behind early on to keep alive their faint hopes of escaping the clutches of relegation.
That certainly didn't look like happening during a tame first period dominated by the visitors.
Ipswich hit the front after nine minutes when Daryl Murphy struck for the third time in as many appearances since joining the Tractor Boys during the transfer window. He was left with a simple tap-in from point-blank range after Posh keeper Joe Lewis completely missed a Grant Leadbitter corner.
Lewis redeemed himself with two smart saves before a stretching Craig Mackail-Smith was only denied an equaliser by a Jack Colback block just after the half-hour.
Mackail-Smith was surprisingly substituted in favour of Reuben Reid soon after and the bold move paid dividends for boss Gannon.
Reid earned the free-kick from which Dickinson curled in a sublime leveller three minutes after the interval to haul Posh back on level terms.
Lewis pulled off another excellent stop moments later when dashing from his line to deny Jonathan Walters, but that proved to be a rare moment of alarm as the home side took control.
Josh Simpson saw a shot well blocked by Damien Delaney before Posh hit the front with a cracking 63rd minute strike. Dickinson laid a Jake Livemore pass into the feet of the on-rushing Lee Frecklington who coolly slotted past Arran Lee-Barrett.
The Ipswich keeper prevented his side from falling further behind pulling off smart saves when Chris Whelpdale and Dickinson shots took wicked deflections, but he was powerless to prevent Craig Morgan sealing the points.
The Wales international headed home a Frecklington corner five minutes from time to earn Gannon his second home victory since stepping into the Posh hotseat.
Shots off target