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Preview | Ipswich Town (H)

5 November 2019

Rochdale v Ipswich Town | Crown Oil Arena, Sky Bet League One, Tuesday 5th November 2019, 7:45pm Kick-Off

Dale are at home again on Tuesday, hosting high flying Ipswich Town at the Crown Oil Arena. 

This will be the first ever fixture between the two sides, and this contest won't want to be missed!

Paul Lambert's men travel up to Greater Manchester after an earlier September postponement due to International commitments.

Ipswich Town currently sit second in the table, having not played on Saturday.

 

PRE-MATCH INTERVIEW

Barry-Murphy says his side will show a reaction from Saturday's narrow defeat to Bristol Rovers.

Click HERE to read what he had to say.

 

ADMISSION DETAILS

Fans can pay on the night at the Crown Oil Arena.

Supporters can pay cash through the turnstiles in the Smith Metals Family Stand and Sandy Lane Stand. Fans wishing to sit in the Main Stand must purchase a ticket before heading to the turnstiles.

Click HERE to read our admission details for the 2019/20 season in full.

 

FIRST TIME VISITOR GUIDE

Are you a first-time visitor to the Crown Oil Arena? Click HERE for all of the information you may need in order to plan your visit and make the most of the matchday experience at Rochdale Football Club!

 

AWAY SUPPORTERS’ GUIDE

If you are an Ipswich Town fan making your way to the Crown Oil Arena for Tuesday’s game, click HERE and have a read of our Visiting Supporters’ Guide which is packed full of useful information.

We wish all Ipswich fans a safe journey!

 

PRE-MATCH

Junior Dale fans can join us in Desmond’s Den, located inside the Carlsberg Lounge, for our Bonfire Night Party! Youngsters can also play plenty of fun games, and play on the PlayStation 4s with the latest FIFA on them!

Desmond’s Den / Carlsberg Lounge opens at 6.45pm. Click HERE for full details on how to access.

The Ratcliffe Bars, situated on the Club's car park, are open at 5pm.

There will be a bonfire taking place on the five-a-side pitch, along with a pre-match fireworks display taking place behind the stadium.

 

GRAB A GRAND

For just £1, you can be in with a chance of winning £1,000 at Tuesday's game!

There will be one guaranteed winner of £100, and the chance to win the Man of the Match's shirt.

Get your ticket from one of sellers around the ground or from the Club Shop. Click HERE for full details.

 

REF WATCH

Referee | Scott Oldham

Assistant Referees | Chris Isherwood & Barry Gordon

Fourth Official | Karl Evans

 

MATCH ODDS

Sky Bet are offering odds of 11/4 for a Dale win on Tuesday.

Don’t forget that Sky Bet customers who select Rochdale as their favourite team on their Sky Bet profile, for every losing bet made, 50% of the stake will be passed on to the Club!

So, if you are having a flutter ahead of the match, make sure you do it via Sky Bet and select Rochdale as your favourite team!

Click HERE for the full betting preview.

 

HEAD TO HEAD

Dale have never faced Ipswich Town, with this fixture being the first ever meeting between the two sides.

 

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice of Spotland – returns for Tuesday’s game!

Purchase from the Club Shop and around the ground on matchday for just £3. Click HERE to read the full preview.

  

WE’VE GOT IT COVERED

Fans in the UK and Ireland, as well as those overseas, can watch the match live!

Purchase your match pass HERE for just £10.

The programme will start at 7.30pm.

To access commentary/watch live via your desktop, click on the 'iFollow' tab on our navigation bar. Hover over the 'More' tab and more selections will appear, which is where the 'iFollow' tab is located. Once you’ve clicked through, a link will appear on the left-hand side of the page for you to access the commentary. This will appear on the site around half an hour before kick-off.

We will be tweeting live updates from the match and will go behind-the-scenes with our Instagram Story feature. Follow @officiallydale (Twitter and Instagram).

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Match Reports

Report | Dale 0-1 Ipswich Town

5 November 2019

Dale were beaten by Ipswich Town at the Crown Oil Arena on Tuesday night, as the Tractor Boys went to the top Sky Bet League One.

Danny Rowe scored the only goal of the game shortly after the half-time interval to ensure it was the visitors who walked away with all three points.

The first attempt of the match fell to Luke Garbutt, whose effort from 30 yards travelled out of the ground.

Dale had their first chance when Rekeil Pyke went close after a deflected cross fell at his feet, but his shot was diverted behind for a corner.

Callum Camps’ long-range drive had Will Norris scrambling across his goal, but the effort went just wide.

Matty Done then broke through the heart of the Ipswich defence but his tame effort was easily held by Norris.

The visitors went close through James Norwood’s header which hit the post with Jay Lynch able to gather at the second attempt.

In first-half stoppage time, Ipswich hit the woodwork once again through Luke Garbutt’s fierce effort which cannoned back out off the crossbar.

Just eight minutes after the restart, the deadlock was broken, Rowe poking the ball in after a deflected cross. There were shouts for a foul on Paul McShane as the cross came in, but the referee wasn’t interested in the claims.

Dale pushed forward in search of an equaliser and nearly found it when Luke Matheson’s fierce strike ended up in another Dale corner.

Alan Judge then stung the palms of Lynch, who did well to punch the ball to safety.

Ian Henderson was the next to go close for Dale, his chipped effort landing on the roof of Norris’ goal.

Lynch then prevented Ipswich from getting a second in injury time when he denied Kayden Jackson who broke through one-on-one.

Dale went close but that all important goal eluded them, and Ipswich saw the game out to earn all three points.

Dale’s next fixture is an FA Cup tie away at Wrexham on Sunday, with ticket details available HERE.

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