Ipswich Town 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Ipswich came from behind to beat Sheffield Wednesday as they ended a three-game winless run to move fourth in the Championship.
Kieran Lee pounced on a mix-up between Christophe Berra and keeper Bartosz Bialkowski to tap home and give Wednesday a half-time lead.
Daryl Murphy - the league's leading scorer - levelled with a header before Luke Chambers nodded the winner.
Mick McCarthy's Ipswich are five points off top spot, while Wednesday sit 10th.
Freddie Sears - a January signing from Colchester - made his full debut and created the equaliser for Murphy, who is now three clear of Derby's Chris Martin in the league's scoring charts.
Murphy's glancing flick early in the second period cancelled out Lee's strike, which arrived when the ball ricocheted off Bialkowski's chest and into the midfielder's path.
Murphy tested Wednesday keeper Kieran Westwood with a powerful strike and headed against the upright in the last action of the first half.
He finally found the net seven minutes after the restart, and Darren Ambrose hit the post with a header shortly after.
Ipswich were in the ascendancy and Chambers met Kevin Bru's cross to head powerfully into the corner in the 67th minute.
Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy:
"Captains make the difference at times. Luke Chambers drives the team forward, he's a really good character and he got into the box to score.
"They were two good headers and we absolutely deserved the win - it would have been a travesty if we had not got the points. It is now about maintaining it and doing it again on Saturday.
"The lads on the periphery have supported the side and if you don't give them a chance when we have won only once, when will they get their chance? They came in tonight and did really well."
Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray:
"That was our worst performance of the season, without a doubt. It was not like us at all. We were not at it from kick-off and that makes it even more frustrating.
"We were out-fought and out-battled and had too many men have an off-day.
"I said to the players at half-time I could have made six or seven changes - we can't keep relying on Keiren Westwood to make saves."
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