Would play-off meeting be the East Anglian Derby you don’t want to happen?
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From jokes of sod's law and pre-season irony, after 45 games of the Championship season we may well get it – the most important East Anglian derby of them all.
Following the action of the penultimate weekend, Norwich City sit fourth in the table and Ipswich Town fifth – meaning the two sides would clash in a two-legged semi-final, with Carrow Road hosting the second leg.
Yet with one more round of games still to play, the stakes could end up being even higher and one, 90-minute showdown on the greatest stage of all for a place in the Premier League – Wembley, May 25.
But with the tension and fear of losing to a bitter rival in such epic circumstances, do fans from either side really want to come up against their arch enemy in the play-offs?
Would you rather Norwich City's promotion fate came without crossing swords with Ipswich in the post-season?
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Or is the tantalising prospect of the ultimate derby-day bragging rights leaving you desperate to see the mother of all East Anglian derbies?
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