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Kings of Anglia Issue 7 Magazine Offer With Jimmy Bullard and Tristan Nydam

Matchday live: Ipswich Town v Norwich City

PUBLISHED: 12:59 22 October 2017

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East Anglian derby day is here. Ipswich Town host rivals Norwich City this lunchtime (12pm ko) and you can follow all the action right here.

Town have not beaten the Canaries since 2009 and there has been plenty of talk in the build-up to this one.

Canaries striker Nelson Oliveira has claimed his team are the ‘better club’ with ‘better players’, while Town skipper Luke Chambers has responded by pointing out the three stars on the Town crest which represent First Division, FA Cup and UEFA Cup glory.

Blues reporter Stuart Watson will be bringing you the team news, match action, analysis and reaction throughout the day.

Stay on the EADT and Ipswich Star websites throughout the day for the most comprehensive coverage of this match.

Prosecutors have discontinued the case against a 17-year-old boy charged in connection with a stabbing in Ipswich.

Calls have been made for leaders to reverse their decision to call off a family fun day in Ipswich following a violent crime wave that led to the loss of a young life.

Sun-lovers will have plenty to smile as we move into the final week of June – with Suffolk and north Essex set to be hit by a sweltering heatwave.

Police were called to a Suffolk village this morning following reports of cows blocking a road.

Photographers this week seized the chance to get out on the water as we set them the challenge of sedning us their best H2O pictures.

Increasing numbers of local authorities are making money from charging to collect garden waste, new figures show.

The number of Norfolk and Suffolk police vehicles damaged by potholes has increased more than three fold in one year – with costs rising by 150%.

Around 500 people turned out to enjoy a day of Bangladeshi culture and food at the seventh annual Suffolk Pita Festival in Ipswich.

Efforts to raise awareness of diabetes and how to prevent it are being redoubled in Suffolk as the number of new diagnoses rises by 5% year on year.

Swarms of tiny black beetles have been appearing in gardens across Suffolk and Essex, seemingly attracted by the hot weather.

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