Moore disappointed with Ipswich point

Baggies head coach Darren Moore admitted his was disapointed to only draw against rock-bottom Ipswich Town. 

Albion took the lead early on when Stefan Johansen free kick crept in. But, once again, the Baggies were unable to keep a clean sheet and Ipswich hit back after the break. 

Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski made a number of fine saves to keep Albion out. 

"Based on the chances we created, we should have won the game. We had some great chances to score a second goal. Their 'keeper has pulled off some magnificent saves, which suggests we had the upper hand," said Darren Moore. 

"In the second half, they had nothing to lose. They were throwing men forward. That left us spaces to exploit, but we couldn't get that killer touch right to finish them off. The final pass eluded us.

"Nobody here wants to draw games. We want to win. So you can understand [fans booing]. We've got to find our rhythm again and get back to winning ways. The next opportunity is Wednesday."