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East Anglian derby switched for live TV coverage

Lewis Grabban celebrates Norwich City's winner at Portman Road. Credit: PA

The East Anglian derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town has been moved to Sunday 1 March 2015 for live TV coverage.

The match at Carrow Road was originally pencilled in for Saturday 28 February, but will now take place a day later with a 2.05pm kick-off.

The game is likely to have a lot riding on it, with both sides currently competing at the top of The Championship.

Norwich won the reverse fixture at Portman Road, with a header from Lewis Grabban ensuring that all three points returned to Norfolk.


Ipswich Town finalise double swoop for Hunt and St Ledger

Noel Hunt has joined Ipswich Town on loan. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have announced the signings of Noel Hunt and Sean St Ledger.

Leeds United striker Hunt joins on loan until January, while St Ledger has agreed a short-term deal.

Sean St Ledger helped Leicester City to promotion last season. Credit: PA

31-year-old Hunt joins his brother Stephen at Portman Road, and it will be the second time that the pair have been at the same club having also played together for Reading.

Meanwhile, centre-back St Ledger has been a free agent since leaving Premier League club Leicester City and had recently been on trial with Town.

Ipswich Town striker McGoldrick answers Ireland's call

David McGoldrick has been called up to the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town striker David McGoldrick has been called up to the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time.

The 26-year-old has been in superb form since joining Town from Nottingham Forest back in 2013, and he was linked with an £8million move to Leicester City in the summer.

McGoldrick has formed a potent strike partnership with Daryl Murphy at Portman Road, and now the duo will be able to combine at international level.

Ireland travel to Scotland for a Euro 2016 qualifier on Friday.

Jonny Williams won't feature for Wales. Credit: PA

Meanwhile, on loan midfielder Jonny Williams has been forced to withdraw from the Wales squad for their qualifier with Belgium after he was forced off in Ipswich's victory over Watford on Saturday.

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