Coventry 2 - 1 Ipswich

Clinton Morrison scored twice before Coventry resisted a strong Ipswich fightback to win their opening game of the Championship season.
Morrison struck with a brilliant curling effort and a deft header before Jon Walters reduced the deficit with a crisp shot from the edge of the area. 
Coventry keeper Kieren Westwood made a one-handed save from Jaime Peters and tipped over a Walters header. 
Pim Balkestein did defeat Westwood but Morrison made a clearing header. 
It was a result that was tough on Ipswich manager Roy Keane, who may no longer feel like celebrating his 38th birthday on Monday. 
Expectations are high at the Suffolk club this season but despite their defeat at the Ricoh Arena there was plenty of evidence that they will be a capable side this season.