Thousands of football fans have descended on Carrow Road for the biggest East Anglian Derby in years!
With less than a couple of hours to go until kick off, it seems everyone is getting in the football mood.
Even the flowers in Norwich cathedral have been decked out in Canary colours!!!
Norwich City manager Alex Neil says that the club's fans will have a pivotal role to play at Carrow Road tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Former Ipswich Town stars Pablo Couñago and Shefki Kuqi have wished their former team luck for tomorrow's play-off semi-final second leg against rivals Norwich City.
The strikers, who are both now based in Finland, tweeted a video earlier today.
They had a simple message for the current Town squad, telling them to "go and beat the Canaries."
Click below to watch the video
A Norwich City fan who has travelled over 9,000 miles to watch his team take on Ipswich Town this weekend has arrived safely back in the UK.
Sam Wood started the mammoth trip from Perth in Australia yesterday and landed at Heathrow this lunchtime.
He will be hoping that his team can beat their bitter rivals at Carrow Road tomorrow and make it to Wembley.
Click below to hear from Sam
Norwich City or Ipswich Town fans hoping to travel by train to Wembley for the Championship play-off final on bank holiday Monday may be forced to have a re-think, after rail workers announced that they'll go on strike.
Signallers, maintenance staff and station workers will all walk out from 5pm on May 25.
It's due to a dispute about pay and the strike will last for 24 hours.
Talks aimed at averting the strike by Network Rail are to be held next week, the conciliation service Acas announced today.
The semi-final between Norwich City and Ipswich Town will be decided at Carrow Road tomorrow.
The winning team have been allocated over 38,000 tickets at Wembley.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has heaped praise on his Norwich counterpart Alex Neil - but says that he's still desperate to beat him.Read the full story ›
One Norwich City fan is so desperate to watch his team at Carrow Road on Saturday, that he's travelling over 9,000 miles to be there.Read the full story ›
Robert Snodgrass successfully tipped Bayern Munich to beat Barcelona and now he's tried his luck at predicting the East Anglian derby...Read the full story ›