Decent save shortly after half-time and spread himself brilliantly to deny Judge but poor weak parry for crucial winner.
Made some important interceptions and was a motivator in the backline, geeing up his colleagues.
Defended well with some fine blocks but a wild shank with his weaker left foot conceded the equaliser to an own goal with 15 left.
Own goal 5
Improved on recent displays with errors and made some good interceptions. Wasn’t, however, able to see out a vital clean sheet.
A threat, especially in the first half. Got into great positions with direct running. His crossing was lacking at times.
His best performance since returning from injury. Great ball for Whalley to win first penalty which he buried. Was influential off the ball driving his side.
A performance full of desire and energy but wasn’t able to be influential with the ball.
His dead balls did not lead to enough when Shrews needed more. Needed to be tighter defensively.
Won the penalty with good speed but struggled to remain a threat after bright early showing.
Making the most of his opportunity in the side. Perhaps not too influential with the ball but his pace was a constant menace.
Busy and a handful early on but Town needed some composure from him late on to wrap up the points and he didn’t deliver.
Josh Vela (for norburn, 76)
Energy in midfield.
Ryan Barnett (for Tracey, 79)
A handful for tiring Ipswich. Big penalty appeal.
Daniel Udoh (for Whalley, 79)
Put himself about as a handful for defenders late on.
Brad Walker (for Pugh, 89)
Made history as Town’s first ever fourth league sub.
Subs not used: Iliev, High, Cummings.