West Bromwich Albion player ratings v Ipswich Town as two score 8s and one 5

West Bromwich Albion were held to a draw by Ipswich Town at Portman Road

Ipswich Town's Omari Hutchinson scored a dramatic injury time equaliser to hold West Bromwich Albion to a 2-2 draw at Portman Road. The Baggies thought they had the three points in the bag thanks to John Swift's second half screamer, but the late effort ensures Carlos Corberan's side remain 11 points behind Ipswich in the table.

West Brom took the lead in the first half in Suffolk as Tom Fellows cut in from the left wing to fire the ball inside the near post. The visitors couldn't hold onto their lead in the second half, though, as Nathan Broadhead took advantage of a long throw to equalise.

The West Midlands outfit had to dig deep to weather the Tractor Boys storm following the equaliser before landing what looked to be the decisive blow through Swift in the 76th minute. That was until Hutchinson popped up in the third minute of added time to steal a point for Ipswich.

It's a point that ensures West Brom will remain in the play-offs this weekend, but they risk that cushion being eaten into by those below them in the league table. Ipswich remain fourth, one place ahead of the Baggies. Here's our player ratings.

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