Ipswich Town v Norwich City: Championship – live!

Ipswich (4-4-2) Bialkowski; Spencer, Webster, Chambers, Knudsen; Waghorn, Skuse, Adeyemi, Nydam; McGoldrick, Garner.
Substitutes: Gerken, Iorfa, Celina, Connolly, Ward, Sears, Downes.

Norwich (4-2-3-1) Gunn; Pinto, Klose, Zimmermann, Stiepermann; Reed, Trybull; Wildschut, Maddison, Hoolahan; Jerome.
Substitutes: McGovern, Husband, Vrancic, Oliveira, Murphy, Franke, Hanley.

Hello there. Mick McCarthy is the longest serving manager in the championship, which makes it even more frustrating for Ipswich fans that he has never beaten Norwich. It’s eight and a half years since Ipswich’s last victory in the East Anglia derby, when they shoved Norwich towards relegation. It’s a damn long time between brags.

The teams may be 40 miles apart but they are neighbours in the league table at the moment. Norwich, in ninth, started poorly under Daniel Farke but are unbeaten since August. Ipswich (10th) are more up and down, with no draws in the last 20 games. You can become the Pride of Anglia both on derby results and league position. A win for either team today would tick both boxes.

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Latest score and goals from the midday kick-offNext Generation 2017: the best young talents in world footballAnd feel free to email [email protected] 11.12am BSTIpswich (4-4-2) Bialkowski; Spencer, Webster, Chambers, Knudsen; Waghorn, Skuse, Adeyemi, Nydam; McGoldrick, Garner.Substitutes: Gerken, Iorfa, Celina, Connolly, Ward, Sears, Downes. Norwich (4-2-3-1) Gunn; Pinto, Klose, Zimmermann, Stiepermann; Reed, Trybull; Wildschut, Maddison, Hoolahan; Jerome. Substitutes: McGovern, Husband, Vrancic, Oliveira, Murphy, Franke, Hanley. 10.41am BSTHello there. Mick McCarthy is the longest serving manager in the championship, which makes it even more frustrating for Ipswich fans that he has never beaten Norwich. It’s eight and a half years since Ipswich’s last victory in the East Anglia derby, when they shoved Norwich towards relegation. It’s a damn long time between brags.The teams may be 40 miles apart but they are neighbours in the league table at the moment. Norwich, in ninth, started poorly under Daniel Farke but are unbeaten since August. Ipswich (10th) are more up and down, with no draws in the last 20 games. You can become the Pride of Anglia both on derby results and league position. A win for either team today would tick both boxes. Continue reading…

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