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LISTEN: The latest Pinkun Norwich City Podcast previews the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road

PUBLISHED: 10:00 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:00 13 February 2018

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy and Norwich head coach Daniel Farke will meet again on Sunday. 
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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy and Norwich head coach Daniel Farke will meet again on Sunday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Listen to the latest edition of the Pinkun.com Norwich City Podcast, as we discuss the Canaries’ 1-1 EFL Championship draw at Derby County – and look ahead to Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Carrow Road.

Canaries correspondents Paddy Davitt and David Freezer were joined by Stuart Watson and Andy Warren, who cover Ipswich for the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star.

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City came away from Derby pleased to hold the promotion-chasing Rams to a 1-1 draw at Pride Park but Town were frustrated to draw 0-0 at home against lowly Burton, extending their poor run to just two wins in nine matches.

Norwich have now lost just once in eight Championship games, winning five, and go into Sunday’s derby in good spirits.

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The Canaries haven’t lost to their nearest rivals since April 2009, going nine matches unbeaten against the Tractor Boys, and are looking to complete a league double over Mick McCarthy’s side after a 1-0 win at Portman Road in October.

Each and every Norwich City first-team game, our reporters will be on the scene. If you see them – especially with their cameras – say hello.

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