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And only a fine save prevented Gareth McAuley heading in a second for Town.The sides might have started the day 14 places and 13 points apart, but Ipswich’s form of late just one defeat in 12 league matches suggested this could be a battle between two promotion hopefuls.Indeed, a win for the visitors would have put them just 10 points off the play off places despite a run of 14 matches without a win at the start of the season.And Town could barely have hoped for a better start.Just 21 seconds were on the clock when McGiven scored an own goal under pressure from Norris after good build up play on the break involving Jonathan Walters and Jack Colback.It provided the platform for a decent half from Ipswich, with Keane’s men controlling the tempo and restricting Leicester to half chances. fake oakleys It could have been even better for Town had Chris Weale not tipped McAuley’s firm header over the bar or Colback made better contact from Grant Leadbitter’s cross with the goal gaping.Not that Leicester were without chances of their own. Leadbitter had to be alert to head Howard’s 28th minute header onto his own bar from a Matt Oakley corner, while Alex Bruce will have considered himself lucky to get away with what looked a clear handball in the box from Andy King’s header 15 minutes earlier.But still there was a distinct sense of relief from the home fans when their side drew level, Lloyd Dyer’s good run across the box breaking to Howard who finished sweetly across the keeper.If Ipswich were the better side in the first half, though, Leicester flew out of the traps after the break and it took a stunning point blank save from Arran Lee Barrett from Fryatt’s snap shot to keep Town level seven minutes after the restart.However, neither goalmouth saw nearly as much action as in the first half thereafter, with Ipswich slowly retreating deeper into their own half in defence of the draw.Leicester endeavoured to grab the winner, King and substitutes Martyn Waghorn and Gallacher all seeing half chances fly off target, but Lee Barrett was rarely troubled in the closing stages.And as it was the match petered out into a draw that, while a fair result, will realistically only suit each team’s respective Championship rivals.Leicester manager Nigel Pearson: «It wasn’t a very good game and we struggled to get anything going in a positive manner.»We didn’t achieve the standards we have reached this season.»We didn’t look as solid as we have been in recent games. We were too open and they Ipswich enjoyed some potentially dangerous situations.»But at least we’ve come out of it with something positive.»Ipswich boss Roy Keane: «It was probably a fair result.

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