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Summary

  1. Jonas Knudsen headed opener for Ipswich
  2. Jacob Murphy equalised with shot at near post
  3. Ipswich have not beaten Norwich since April 2009
  4. Reverse fixture in August ended 1-1

Live Reporting

By Josh Hunt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Until the next time...

    FT: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Jacob Murphy scores for Norwich

    It's honours even in East Anglia today, as Norwich and Ipswich match each other in the derby at Carrow Road.

    It might not have been a classic, but if you missed any of the action, you can catch up by clicking here to read Phil Cartwright's match report.

    Thanks for joining me for today's game, and we'll hope to see you again on Tuesday for another big day of EFL action.

    Until then, goodbye.

  2. Top two meet on Tuesday

    Jonjo Shelvey

    There's a huge game at the top of the Championship on Tuesday as leaders Brighton host second-placed Newcastle.

    That's one of three games in the second tier, plus there's a full programme of League One and League Two fixtures.

    Our live text coverage will get under way at 19:00 GMT on the BBC Sport website and app.

  3. Reaction

    FT: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Ipswich goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski tells Sky Sports: "I'm disappointed with the goal, I should have done better. But it's a point away from home at Norwich and it means so much for the fans and for us."

    Norwich captain Russell Martin: "It's disappointing when you dominate a game to not win it. We've had lots of chances and their goalkeeper has made lots of saves. There are 12 games to go and every one is huge."

  4. FULL-TIME: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Ipswich's wait for victory in the East Anglian derby goes on, but they'll be the happier of the two sides as Norwich's play-off hopes suffer another blow.

    The Canaries are still six points outside the play-off spots.

    Norwich v Ipswich
  5. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Jacob Murphy carries the ball into the Ipswich box, but he's seen off by a wall of defenders.

    Into the last minute now - can anyone find a winning goal?

  6. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Alex Pritchard's delivery is a good one, but substitute Timm Klose can't direct his volley on target and Ipswich survive.

  7. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    There will be five minutes of added time.

    Norwich win another corner as Ipswich are forced to head behind from Josh Murphy's cross.

  8. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Norwich left-back Mitchell Dijks tries his luck with a low effort from a long way out, the shot resulting in a comfortable save for Bartosz Bialkowski.

    Ipswich have created very few chances today, but they've been very effective in defence to blunt Norwich's attacking threat.

  9. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Josh Murphy tries to wriggle free of Ipswich defender Jordan Spence, who is shown a yellow card as he pulls the Norwich winger back.

    Alex Prtichard takes the free-kick from the left, but Christophe Berra heads it away.

    Norwich will be six points below the top six if they fail to find a winner.

    Alex Neil
  10. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Good save from Bartosz Bialkowski!

    Alex Pritchard shoots low towards the Ipswich goal, but the goalkeeper reaches down to his right to push the ball behind.

  11. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Another Norwich change for the last 10 minutes, Alex Pritchard coming on for veteran midfielder Wes Hoolahan.

    The Canaries are seeing more of the ball and spending plenty of time in the Ipswich half, though they haven't created any more clear chances since Alex Tettey's shot a few minutes ago.

    Norwich v Ipswich
  12. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Alex Tettey sees an effort blocked from the edge of the box before unleashing a thunderbolt of a second effort.

    The ball is flying towards goal, but it's just too close to Bartosz Bialkowski, who parries the shot away with his right hand.

    Josh Murphy is on for Norwich as they try to complete a comeback.

  13. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Mitchell Dijks stands a cross up for Cameron Jerome to attack, but the Norwich striker's header rolls harmlessly wide.

    Ipswich have made their second change of the game, Kieffer Moore replacing Freddie Sears up front.

  14. Post update

    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    That goal came from Norwich's first real attack since falling behind.

    The hosts are pressing forward again here, but they are fast running out of time to pick up a crucial three points.

  15. GOAL: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Jacob Murphy

    Jacob Murphy

    Bartosz Bialkowski has had a good game, but the Ipswich keeper will want to forget about this.

    Jacob Murphy fires a low shot towards the bottom corner of the Ipswich goal, and Bialkowski dives to stop it, only to see the ball go under his outstretched left arm.

    Norwich are level, and there's still 20 minutes for either team to find a winner.

  16. Post update

    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Jordan Spence wins Ipswich a free-kick deep inside the Norwich half near the right touchline.

    The delivery is easily cleared, but Norwich are clearly shaken.

  17. GOAL: Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Jonas Knudsen

    Jonas Knudsen

    Out of nowhere, Ipswich are ahead!

    It's a lovely cross from Jordan Spence from the Ipswich right, drifting all the way across the box for Jonas Knudsen  to power in a header across goal at the back post.

    They've only had one shot on target, but they've made it count.

  18. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Norwich should be in front.

    A free-kick from the right is met by Cameron Jerome, six yards out, but he plants his header straight at the Ipswich keeper.

    Jerome has missed a couple of chances today.

  19. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    It's Ipswich who make the first change of the game.

    Tommy Smith is the man brought into the fray, with Myles Kenlock withdrawn.

    The Tractor Boys launch a rare attack, but Freddie Sears can't pick anyone out with his cross from the right.

  20. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Norwich v Ipswich

    How long until Alex Neil turns to his substitutes' bench for inspiration?

    Ipswich will be the happier of the teams if it stays goalless at full-time, as Norwich would stay six points outside the play-off places.