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Ipswich Town Championship fixtures 2017/18: Blues face Canaries on October 21 and February 17

Jonas Knudsen celebrates putting Ipswich Town in front at Norwich City last season. Photo: Pagepix Ltd

Jonas Knudsen celebrates putting Ipswich Town in front at Norwich City last season. Photo: Pagepix Ltd

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Ipswich Town will face East Anglian rivals Norwich City on Saturday, October 21 at Portman Road and Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Carrow Road in the Championship this season.

The two sides could not be separated last season, both games finishing 1-1 – Jonas Knudsen scoring on both occasions for the Blues.

Town’s last victory against the Canaries came at Portman Road, 3-2 in April 2009, while their last victory at Carrow Road was in February 2006.

The Blues have recorded 38 league wins in the East Anglian derby to Norwich’s 32.


For more on today’s Championship fixtures release, keep logged-on to our websites and see tomorrow’s EADT and Ipswich Star for your pull-out fixture poster.

The fixtures could well be changed on Police advice, for TV scheduling or both.

Meanwhile, Sports writers Stuart Watson and Chris Brammer will host an interactive Facebook Live chat at 12.45pm today, followed immediately by a live Q&A webchat on this site.

Adam Webster has admitted he feared for his future as injury threatened to disrupt his second season at Ipswich, but now believes he’s finally hitting his stride at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town forward David McGoldrick is expected to be sidelined for a month after today undergoing surgery on a deep cut in his groin.

Ipswich Town head to Aston Villa on Saturday just three days after a 2-2 home draw with Sheffield Wednesday. STUART WATSON looks at the key talking points.

David McGoldrick will require surgery after suffering a deep gash to his groin following an ‘appalling’ tackle by Sheffield Wednesday captain Glenn Loovens.

All the goals and incidents from Ipswich Town’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

Emyr Huws was delighted to end his injury nightmare after returning to the Ipswich Town first team, but was left ‘gutted’ after Sheffield Wednesday escaped Portman Road with a point.

The last two Ipswich Town games have shown just how quickly things can change in football.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy hailed his team following a 2-2 home draw against Sheffield Wednesday tonight which started with a literal kick to the groin and ended with a metaphorical one.

Sports writer Andy Warren hands out his ratings following Ipswich Town’s heartbreaking draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday.

Ipswich Town were left kicking themselves after Atdhe Nuhiu’s towering header deep into stoppage-time salvaged Sheffield Wednesday a 2-2 draw at Portman Road.

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