Fans urged to arrive early for play-off clash between Norwich City and Ipswich Town, with special guests and free flags promised

Norwich City's John Ruddy celebrates Jonny Howson's goal at Portman Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton

Norwich City's John Ruddy celebrates Jonny Howson's goal at Portman Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Fans heading to Norwich City's play-off semi-final second leg clash with Ipswich Town tomorrow have been urged to arrive early - with the promise of special guests before kick off.

And Canaries boss Alex Neil has said the supporters have a 'massive part' to play in the Canaries' attempts to reach Wembley.

Sold-out Carrow Road will be turned into a sea of yellow and green with the Canaries teaming up with sponsors Aviva to distribute 25,000 flags to fans in all home areas for the match.

The flags will be waiting for Norwich fans when they take their seats for the eagerly-awaited clash, which kicks off at 12.15pm and will also be screened live on Sky Sports.

Supporters are strongly advised to get to the ground early for the game in order to enjoy and take part in the pre-match build-up - and to help avoid congestion and queues as kick-off approaches.

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The club has also invited special guests to join us in the pre-match build-up - with Carrow Road bosses urging supporters to get to their seats by midday at the latest.

City boss Alex Neil said: 'The support from our fans has been superb all season, home and away. They will have a massive part to play on Saturday and it really does give the team a huge boost when the Carrow Road crowd is roaring them on.'

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The winners of the play-off clash, billed as the biggest East Anglian Derby, will go through to the Championship play-off final at Wembley on Monday, May 25.

The first leg of the play-off semi-final saw a 1-1 draw at Ipswich Town's Portman Road, with Canaries' midfielder Jonny Howson's goal cancelled out by Paul Anderson's equaliser.

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