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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

Ipswich Town v Norwich City – Reporters from both sides of the border have their say

PUBLISHED: 15:09 16 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:42 16 October 2017

Jonas Knudsen scored in both East Anglian derbies last season as Ipswich Town and Norwich City twice played out 1-1 draws. Photo: Pagepix

Jonas Knudsen scored in both East Anglian derbies last season as Ipswich Town and Norwich City twice played out 1-1 draws. Photo: Pagepix

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The wait is nearly over – the first East Anglian derby of the season takes place this Sunday lunchtime (12pm ko) as Ipswich Town host Norwich City at Portman Road.

Today, Archant football reporters from either side of the Suffolk/Norfolk border took questions and gave their thoughts ahead of the action.

East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star writer Stuart Watson hosted a live and interactive web chat right.

Then, straight afterwards, Stuart was joined by Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News writers Paddy Davitt and Michael Bailey for a Facebook Live broadcast from inside Portman Road.

Catch up on everything that was said right here and leave your comments below.

• Like our Facebook page for plenty of Blues video reports.

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