Date: 16th August 2009 at 10:39am
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Leicester City returned from East Anglia with a creditable draw after an uneventful 0-0 at Ipswich.

City started with debutant Robbie Neilson at right-back and Dany N’Guessan making his first league start for the club on the right wing. Dominating possession early on, it was still a game of few chances. The best fell to Wayne Brown, getting on the end of a Lloyd Dyer cross but placing his header over the bar with the goal gaping. At the other end, Chris Weale saved comfortably from Jon Walters as Ipswich laboured.

Roy Keane brought on new signing Tamas Priskin and youngster Connor Wickham up front and the change to 4-4-2 brought some brighter play from the home side. Leicester still went close through N’Guessan and Fryatt but a point was a fair result and the unbeaten start continues.