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Nic Ladds 7th Dec 2008 - 1:18

Canaries need to fly high in East Anglian derby

Norwich head into Sunday's game with Ipswich knowing they need a win to climb away from the relegation zone.

For the 82nd time, the Norfolk and Suffolk neighbours will go head-to-head in the league, and this renewal of the great rivals has significance to both sides' seasons.

Norwich are in a precarious position in the league table, sitting just three points off bottom-place in 21st. A win for City, priced at 17/10, would give them a much-needed boost - not to mention the three valuable points up for grabs - after a run of only one win in seven.

On the other hand, Town are fighting for the points themselves in their battle for the play-offs. An Ipswich victory - a 13/8 shot - would lift them to 8th, right on the tails of 6th-placed Sheffield United.

Neither team holds a massive advantage over the other in the history of this clash, though Ipswich probably hold a slight edge - but in betting terms, derbies are always a good shout for a draw, as current form and past results usually go out of the window. 11/5 says it'll end all-square.

The Canaries haven't beaten The Tractor Boys at home since 2004, when Carrow Road legend Malky Mackay's brace helped them to a 3-1 win - if you fancy a repeat scoreline you can get 22/1.

Be sure to join us for the 13:15 kick-off - when the action gets underway you'll still be able to get a bet on. Whatever happens in the match, our betlive service will have all the angles covered.

Norwich v Ipswich - Sunday 13:15


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