A superb second-half comeback earned Ipswich their first away League One win in over two months as they beat struggling Tranmere at Prenton Park.

Flynn Downes and Kayden Jackson were on target in the second half after Manny Monthe had given Rovers the lead as Paul Lambert's men ended a barren run on the road stretching back to November 5.

In a game that lacked fluency because of the sandy state of the pitch, Rovers took the lead with their first chance as Monthe found the back of the net with a towering header from Jake Caprice's free-kick.

The visitors committed more men forward in the second half and got their reward after 55 minutes as Downes powerfully nodded home Luke Garbutt's teasing cross.

Both teams went in search of a second and although shooting opportunities were sparse, Ipswich looked more likely to score.

And with 11 minutes left a rare moment of quality from the Town strikers earned the visitors the points.

Former Tranmere favourite James Norwood clipped a delightful ball over the defence and Jackson ran on to it before lobbing the onrushing Scott Davies in Tranmere's goal.

Rovers remain in the relegation zone and are without a win since December 21.