Ipswich Town's arch-rivals Norwich City have sacked manager David Wagner after last night's play-off defeat to Leeds United.

The Canaries, who overcame a poor start in the regular season to finish sixth in the Championship with 73 points, faced a two-legged tie against Daniel Farke's men for a place at Wembley.

The two sides played out a goalless draw at Carrow Road, but Leeds turned on the style in the reverse leg, thrashing Norwich 4-0 to comfortably seal a spot in the play-off final.

Many supporters had voiced their concerns about Wagner's position throughout the campaign, but a heavy defeat in Yorkshire ended up being the breaking point, with the German-born manager being sacked less than 24 hours after the full-time whistle was blown.

Last night's result means that Ipswich will be in a higher league than Norwich for the first time since 2009/10, with the Blues having secured automatic promotion to the Premier League at the start of the month.

Arsenal's assistant manager, 28-year-old Carlos Cuesta, is the 2/1 favourite to replace Wagner in Norfolk per OLBG. Should that happen, he'd become the youngest manager in the EFL.

Sheffield Wednesday's Danny Rohl (7/2) and ex-Hull City boss Liam Rosenior (5/1) are also listed among the frontrunners. Former Canaries defender Steve Bruce (10/1) is also among the names linked with the vacancy at Carrow Road.