Live updates

Suspended Lawrence ruled out of East Anglian derby

Tom Lawrence won't play at Carrow Road. Credit: PA

In-form Ipswich Town winger Tom Lawrence has been ruled out of the upcoming East Anglian derby after picking up his 10th booking of the season against Brighton last night.

The Welshman has been in inspired form for Town recently, scoring eight goals since the turn of the year.

However, he is now facing a two-match suspension - meaning he'll sit out Saturday's home clash with Leeds United, and the trip to face Norwich City on February 26.

Leicester City loanee Lawrence helped Ipswich claim an impressive point at second-placed Brighton last night, setting up Luke Chambers' goal in a 1-1 draw.

Norwich City have been dealt a blow of their own ahead of the derby, with the news that striker Nélson Oliveira is facing 4-6 weeks out with a foot injury.


Lawrence and Neil miss out on Championship awards

Tom Lawrence (left) and Alex Neil (right) were both overlooked. Credit: PA

Norwich City manager Alex Neil and Ipswich Town winger Tom Lawrence have missed out on the monthly awards in The Championship.

Neil was up for the manager award for January, while Lawrence's form had seen him nominated for the player prize.

However, both were overlooked with Reading's Jaap Stam being named Manager of the Month and Leeds United striker Chris Wood winning Player of the Month.

Ipswich Town seal late deal for midfielder Huws

Emyr Huws is a Welsh international. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have beaten the deadline to sign Cardiff City midfielder Emyr Huws on loan until the end of the season.

The Welsh international is the second arrival of the day following the loan capture of Reading striker Dominic Samuel.

23-year-old Huws started his career at Manchester City before he was sold to Wigan Athletic in 2014.

He joined Cardiff in the summer but has failed to make an impact in his homeland.

The move to Ipswich was confirmed following their 3-0 defeat to Derby County in The Championship tonight.

Manager Mick McCarthy also admitted after the final whistle that Nottingham Forest failed in a bid to sign Ipswich captain Luke Chambers today.

Ipswich Town land Reading striker on loan

Dominic Samuel in action for Reading. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have completed the loan signing of powerful Reading striker Dominic Samuel.

The 22-year-old will spend the rest of the season at Portman Road after the Blues beat a number of other clubs to land him.

Samuel was on loan at neighbours Colchester in 2013, and has also had temporary spells at Gillingham and Coventry City.

He is Ipswich's sixth signing of the transfer window.

In League One, Portsmouth striker Michael Smith has joined Northampton Town on loan for the rest of the season but winger Alfie Potter has been allowed to leave.


Ipswich Town captain linked with Nottingham Forest move

Luke Chambers could make the switch back to Nottingham Forest. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers is being linked with a return to Nottingham Forest.

Various reports say that Forest are keen to bring the defender back to the City Ground before the transfer deadline tonight.

31-year-old Chambers is out of contract in the summer and still hasn't agreed a new deal at Portman Road.

Chambers played more than 200 games for Forest earlier in his career before he joined Ipswich on a free transfer in 2012.

Ipswich Town finalise move for centre-back Taylor

Steven Taylor has completed his move to Ipswich Town. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have completed the signing of former Newcastle United defender Steven Taylor on a free transfer.

The 31-year-old has agreed an initial deal until the end of the season.

Taylor has been on trial with the club for the past week and has done enough to earn himself a short-term contract.

The experienced centre-back was most recently with American side Portland Timbers, but left by mutual consent last month.

Ipswich Town bring in non-league winger Rowe

Danny Rowe (in blue) is making the step up to The Championship. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have signed winger Danny Rowe from non-league club Macclesfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

The 24-year-old, who is the brother of former Peterborough United player Tommy Rowe, has agreed a two-and-a-half year contract at Portman Road.

Rowe has impressed in the Conference this season, scoring six times.

He becomes Ipswich's fifth signing of the transfer window, but won't be eligible to make his debut at Preston tomorrow.

It’s an exciting move for me, joining a massive club like Ipswich and I can’t wait to get going.

I know I have a lot to prove but I’ll be working as hard as I can to show everyone what I can do.

– Danny Rowe, Ipswich Town

Meanwhile, Cambridge United striker Joe Pigott has joined Maidstone United on loan until the end of the season.

Load more updates