Ipswich Town's top-six finish has been secured following Norwich City's 3-1 defeat at Leicester City.

The Canaries started the day on 64 points, 20 behind the Blues with 21 points to play for. However, despite taking the lead through Gabriel Sara, goals from Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Stephy Mavididi and Jamie Vardy handed the Foxes all three points.

The result temporarily takes Enzo Maresca's men back to the top of the table, but it also means that Ipswich will finish above Norwich for the first time since 2017/18 as they can no longer reach 84 points.

If Coventry were to win all their remaining games and Town were to lose all of their's, they could overtake Kieran McKenna's on goal difference - if there was a sizeable swing in the final seven games. The Sky Blues are currently drawing 1-1 against Cardiff City.

Elsewhere, Rotherham United will be relegated if they can't beat Millwall this afternoon. That game is currently level at 0-0.