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Roundup: Late drama for Norwich City and Ipswich Town ahead of derby day

Norwich City's John Ruddy celebrates Bradley Johnson's winner. Photo: PA

There was late drama for both of our teams in The Championship last night ahead of their meeting in the East Anglian derby at the weekend.

Two late goals from Bradley Johnson and Lewis Grabban bagged all three points for Norwich City against Blackburn Rovers to secure a second successive home win.

There were contrasting emotions at Carrow Road as Norwich City beat Blackburn Rovers. Credit: PA

The Canaries had to recover from the blow of going behind in the first minute of the game, with Tom Cairney's unstoppable drive momentarily silencing Carrow Road.

Grabban levelled shortly before half-time before a quick-fire double salvo in the closing stages finally broke Blackburn's resistance.

Birmingham City players can't hide their disappointment after Berra's late equaliser. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town also left it late to rescue a draw at Birmingham City.

Christophe Berra headed home deep into injury time to send the Town travelling support home happy.

The same man also cancelled out David Edgar's opener, while Clayton Donaldson's second-half strike looked like being the winner until Berra's intervention.

Benik Afobe was on the scoresheet for MK Dons again. Credit: PA

In League One, Peterborough United couldn't build on last weekend's thrilling win over MK Dons as they went down 2-1 at home to Sheffield United.

Elsewhere, Benik Afobe's superb solo goal was enough for MK Dons to win 1-0 at Chesterfield and move up to 4th in the league in the process.

It wasn't a good night for Colchester United though. They're still searching for their first win of the season after they were beaten 2-1 by Notts County.

Luton Town manager John Still was delighted with his team's last minute leveller. Credit: PA

Luton Town hit a last minute equaliser against Bury in League Two, while Stevenage were on the wrong end of a late leveller at Plymouth Argyle.

Cambridge United let slip a two goal lead against York City to draw 2-2, and it was also a disappointing evening for Northampton Town who lost 2-0 at Portsmouth.

Meanwhile, Southend United couldn't make it three wins in a row as they lost 1-0 to AFC Wimbledon.