City’s home leg of the East Anglian derby will see Ipswich Town travel to Carrow Road on Sunday in the Sky Bet Championship (kick-off 12pm).
Norwich moved to the top of the table last week after a 3-1 win over Leeds United at Elland Road, while the Blues go into the game on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday at home.
In their last meeting back in September at Portman Road, both teams enjoyed a share of the points with a 70th minute strike from Moritz Leitner ending the game 1-1.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the derby:
We have a document which outlines various elements of the Norwich City matchday experience from getting to Carrow Road, what's available from the kiosks and much more. To see it, click HERE.
Please note that you can pay quicker at Carrow Road with contactless payment. Kiosks using this quicker payment method are available throughout the stadium. There are also contactless exclusive kiosks located in the South Stand and Lower Barclay. Look out for the purple and white signs.
Retail outlets and pop-ups will be set up around the stadium on the day to buy official Club merchandise.
The Junior Canaries Family FanZone at Carrow Park will be open from 9.30am to 11.30am with a special derby day theme.
The usual security checks will be in place for home fans, while Ipswich supporters are asked to arrive at the stadium in good time where ID checks will be carried out at the turnstiles.
To see a list of prohibited items at Carrow Road, click HERE.
Around 2,000 Blues fans are expected to travel for the game, with the away end of the stadium opening at 10am.
Tickets for the game are sold out and will not be available on the day.
Meet the opposition
Ipswich have won one of their last five games with a 1-0 victory over Rotherham at home on January 12 and currently sit at the bottom of the Championship table on 18 points.
Former Norwich boss Paul Lambert was appointed as manager for the Blues in October, replacing Paul Hurst who had been in post since the end of May.
Ipswich got their first win under Lambert against Wigan on December 15, and prior to that had only picked up one other victory, winning 3-2 against Swansea at the start of October.
Since then, the Tractor Boys have picked up four more points with a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United and their win over Rotherham.
Ipswich are currently eight points off safety, sitting below Bolton Wanderers and Reading.
The Blues’ top goal scorer so far this season is Freddie Sears with six goals and four assists, followed by Gwion Edwards and Kayden Jackson who both have four goals and one assist.
How to follow
The game will be broadcast live on Sky and will be available to watch through Norwich’s iFollow service, with match passes available to buy for £10 HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.
Canary fans can also sign up to the Norwich City WhatsApp group to receive the official EFL teamsheet ahead of the game sent straight to your phone, as well as the half-time and full-time score and game highlights the following day.