21 of the best pictures of fans from East Anglian derby matches through the years
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2008
Norwich City take on Ipswich Town at Carrow Road on Sunday and both sets of fans will be hoping for a famous victory.
Since losing 3-2 at Portman Road in April 2009 on their way to relegation to League One, the Canaries have taken almost complete control of the fixture, winning five of the seven meetings and drawing the other two.
It's 17 goals scored and only five conceded for the men in yellow and green during one of the most one-sided periods in the long rivalry between the two clubs, with City claiming two promotions in that period while Town have been stuck in the second tier.
Town supporters had a good laugh at City's expense eight years ago when their win left their rivals staring at the abyss with just two games to play. But since Paul Lambert guided the Canaries straight back up to the Championship it has been a very different story.
But both sets of fans will be hoping for the bragging rights in Sunday's high noon shoot-out at Carrow Road.
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