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By Rob Stevens

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  1. Norwich rising, Ipswich sinking

    FT: Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Norwich celebrate

    That's all from our coverage of this derby meeting.

    With Norwich City top of the Championship and Ipswich Town rock bottom, nine points from safety, it could be the last league meeting for a while.

    Norwich again end the day with bragging rights, extending their unbeaten run against the Tractor Boys to 10 games.

    Ipswich have now lost seven of their past eight league games, and could do with some magic to turn around their campaign.

    As for Norwich, their sights are firmly set on promotion to the Premier League and the title.

  2. Norwich win East Anglian derby to go top

    FT: Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    If you are just joining us you missed a lively East Anglian/Old Farm derby.

    Norwich went ahead in the second minute, Ipswich boss Paul Lambert was sent off on his return to Carrow Road and Teemu Pukki scored twice as the Canaries went back to the top of the table.

    You can read James Law's report from Norfolk by clicking the link below.

    Lambert sent off as Norwich win derby

    Norwich City celebrate

    Norwich go top of the Championship by winning the East Anglian derby against Ipswich, whose manager Paul Lambert was sent off.

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  3. Canaries 'must keep focused'

    FT: Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Quote Message: Today I got two brilliant passes and as a striker that is great. Promotion is the dream but we need to be focused and keep going. There are many games to go but we go game by game and need to keep working hard. from Teemu Pukki Norwich striker on Sky Sports
    Teemu PukkiNorwich striker on Sky Sports
  4. Norwich 'stayed calm'

    FT: Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Quote Message: We knew about the qualities of Ipswich and know they would give us a hard fight. The players have done well to cope with it and we played a good game. We didn't want to get influenced by things. We wanted to stay calm, play our football and stick to our plan from Christoph Zimmermann Norwich captain on Sky Sports
    Christoph ZimmermannNorwich captain on Sky Sports
  5. FULL-TIME

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Teemu Pukki

    It might not have been a classic, but Norwich seal a comfortable victory.

    They go back to the top of the Championship and go two points clear of second-placed Leeds.

    Ipswich remain bottom, nine points from safety.

  6. Post update

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    An opening for Ipswich but Teddy Bishop's effort from the edge of the area sails way off target, to ironic cheers from the home support.

  7. Post update

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    We are into three minutes of second-half stoppage time at Carrow Road.

  8. YELLOW CARD

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Ipswich sub Flynn Downes and Norwich's Todd Cantwell both go into the book for that one.

    Cantwell steamed in to shove Downes following his challenge on Buendia.

  9. Post update

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Another heavy challenge on the byline, and there's another clash between both sets of players.

    This time it is Ipswich sub Flynn Downes' challenge on Emi Buendia which has sparked it.

  10. SUBSTITUTION

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Teemu Pukki

    Norwich striker Teemu Pukki goes off to a standing ovation.

    Two goals have taken the Finnish striker to 20 Championship goals for the season.

    Former Ipswich man Jordan Rhodes comes on to replace him up front.

  11. Post update

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Alan Judge shows good feet in the Norwich box after being fed by Ellis Harrison, but the ball runs out of play before he can cross the ball.

  12. SUBSTITUTION

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Almost a hat-trick for Teemu Pukki, who has a shot blocked by Jonas Knudsen.

    More substitutions, as Todd Cantwell replaces Marco Stiepermann for Norwich and Flynn Downes comes on for Jon Nolan for the visitors.

  13. Post update

    Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    I say that pretty much guarantees the Canaries top spot, but Sheffield United blew a 3-0 lead at Aston Villa on Friday after 82 minutes.

    I can't see Ipswich emulating the Villans this afternoon.

  14. GOAL: Norwich 3-0 Ipswich

    Teemu Pukki

    Norwich goal

    Yet again, Norwich go straight up the other end after Ipswich have a chance and show them how to put the ball in the back of the net.

    Emi Buendia threads a ball through for Teemu Pukki, who slides in and turns the ball past the onrushing Bartosz Bialkowski from around the penalty spot.

    That takes the Finn to 20 league goals this season and confirms that Norwich will go two points clear at the top of the table.

  15. Post update

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    A chance for the visitors after a good interchange of passes on the edge of the area.

    But the shooting opportunity falls to Luke Chambers, and it is straight at the keeper.

  16. YELLOW CARD

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    Another booking for Norwich.

    This time it is Marco Stiepermann whose name is taken, for chopping down Teddy Bishop rather cynically around halfway.

  17. Post update

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    Ipswich forward Ellis Harrison tries to dribble his way into the Norwich box, but fouls Christoph Zimmermann in the process.

    Mario Vrancic is back on the Norwich bench, but is wearing a moon boot after injuring his right ankle.

    Could that injury affect their promotion push?

  18. YELLOW CARD

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    Norwich midfielder Tom Trybull gets shown yellow for a few niggling fouls in a short space of time.

    Ipswich have a chance to swing another set piece into the box, but a free-kick is given against the Tractor Boys for an infringement inside the area.

  19. Post update

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Carrow Road

    Norwich supporters serenade their visitors with a rendition of ‘one Paul Lambert’, with the Ipswich boss watching on from the stands.

    Rivalries throw up all sorts of extraordinary things!

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Norwich 2-0 Ipswich

    Another chance for the visitors, as Teddy Bishop replaces Cole Skuse in midfield.