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Brendon Mitchell

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  1. All square in the Old Farm derby

    FT: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Norwich v Ipswich

    But that concludes our coverage from Carrow Road.

    You can read Tom Garry's developing report by clicking here and, don't forget, we'll be back in a couple of hours for Leeds' match against Bristol City.

    Until then, it's goodbye from us!

  2. And there's FA Cup action too...

    FA Cup: Rochdale v Tottenham (16:00 GMT)

    Also, coming up later here on the BBC Sport website and app - plus live on BBC One and online - is the FA Cup fifth-round tie between Rochdale and Tottenham Hotspur.

    It'll be the first meeting between the two clubs, and there will also be live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live.

    You'll be able to follow that one here later.

  3. Coming up next...

    Leeds v Bristol City (16:30 GMT)

    Paul Heckingbottom

    Eight Championship matches down, one to go!

    In the final English Football League fixture of the weekend, Paul Heckingbottom is set for his first home game as Leeds United manager when they take on play-off hopefuls Bristol City at Elland Road.

    We'll have live text commentary of that match on the BBC Sport website and app from 16:15 GMT.

  4. Where that leaves us...

    FT: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich


    That point apiece means both Ipswich and Norwich leapfrog Leeds into 11th and 12th respectively, with the Elland Road side in action a bit later this afternoon (more on that in a moment).

    But, in practical terms, the draw doesn't really suit either team, with the gap to the play-offs still a fairly sizable seven points.

  5. Post update

    FT: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    And so the 101st East Anglian derby ends all square. Ipswich had the better of the first half, Norwich had the better of the second.

    But how about that ending? Who saw that coming?!


    Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    The craziest of crazy finishes. Mick McCarthy's face, cripes. If looks could kill. He looks furious - and so he might.

    His side have thrown away what would've been a first East Anglian derby win in nine years.

  7. GOAL: Norwich 1-1 Ipswich

    Timm Klose

    Timm Klose

    Would you believe it?! How on earth have Norwich rescued this?

    Grant Hanley keeps a long ball alive, turns and sends in the perfect cross for Timm Klose to head in from close range.

    Carrow Road explodes. The Norwich players wheel away in celebration. They've done it. Somehow, they've done it.

    Norwich v Ipswich
  8. Post update

    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    My word, Ipswich suddenly work a three-on-two situation to kill the game - but Jonas Knudsen's delivery is hopeless!

    They won't live to rue that one, will they? We're into the final 60 seconds...

  9. Post update

    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Norwich are struggling to get out of their own half. This has been proper professional stuff from Mick McCarthy's men.

    There's still 90 seconds to go, though...

  10. Post update

    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Ipswich manage to run down some precious seconds, before Martyn Waghorn is caught offside.

    The clock is against Norwich.


    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Alex Tettey and Harrison Reed are off, Mario Vrancic and Onel Hernandez are on. Last chance saloon for Daniel Farke.

  12. Post update

    Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    There'll be five minutes of added time for Norwich to rescue this match.

    "There's only one Luke Chambers," cry the Ipswich fans.

  13. GOAL: Norwich 0-1 Ipswich

    Luke Chambers

    They've only gone and done it!

    At last, Martyn Waghorn's set-piece picks out an Ipswich head and Luke Chambers makes no mistake with it, nodding in from close range.

    There's jubilation on the visiting bench, with Mick McCarthy leaping and punching the air. Is he on the brink of his first win in this fixture?

    Luke Chambers
  14. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    The clearance is a slightly desperate one by Norwich, but it's a clearance nonetheless.

    The Tractor Boys come again, though, and have a corner...

  15. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Now then, we've not been here too often for a while.

    Ipswich have a free-kick out wide. The big men are forward. Is there a late sting in the tail?...

  16. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    David McGoldrick, who's not been involved much since being introduced, is fouled by Jamal Lewis to earn Ipswich some territory.

    The 85th minute also sparks Carrow Road into applause, marking what would've been the 85th birthday of the late Sir Bobby Robson.


    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Daniel Farke brings Dennis Srbeny on for Josh Murphy. Can the Danish striker become a derby day hero for Norwich?

    He's got six minutes plus stoppage time to do just that.

  18. Post update

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Norwich's Harrison Reed comes inside after Jonas Knudsen slips but shoots wide of the far post.

  19. Yellow card for Spence

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    I'm losing count of these Ipswich yellow cards.

    Jordan Spence, about three minutes after coming on, fouls Jamal Lewis and is the latest man to go into the referee's notebook.

    Jordan Spence
  20. Yellow card for Waghorn

    Norwich 0-0 Ipswich

    Martyn Waghorn goes in late on Timm Klose, who'd just nutmegged the Ipswich striker, and gets a yellow card.

    There's 10 minutes to go at Carrow Road. It's still goalless, somehow.