Norwich City v Ipswich Town betting: Who are the punters backing?

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy, pictured with Norwich boss Daniel Farke in October, has yet to w

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy, pictured with Norwich boss Daniel Farke in October, has yet to win an East Anglian Derby. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Ipswich Town travel to old rivals Norwich City looking for their first win since 2009 in the East Anglian derby tomorrow at 12 noon – here’s how the betting looks for the big clash.

Punter fancy the Canaries to continue their dominance in the fixture, with around 58% of all bets laid on the game going on a Norwich win at odds of around 14/19, according to Oddschecker.

There are some backing a Town win though – which would be the first in the fixture since 2009, and the first at Carrow Road since 2006 – with 27% of bets on the away win at odds of around 5/1.

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The remaining 15% of bets are on a draw, at odds of 29/10.

Norwich striker Nelson Oliveira is the favourite in the first goalscorer market at around 7/2, with Joe Garner Town’s first option in that market at 8/1.

MORE: Watch Mick McCarthy’s pre-Norwich press conference

You can get 14/1 if you fancy a moment of magic from Bersant Celina to open the scoring, or 75/1 if you think Jonas Knudsen, who scored in both derbies last season, will get the first on Sunday.


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The bookies are tipping a 1-0 Norwich win, at odds of 5/1, followed by a 1-1 draw at 11/2.

MORE: Our Ipswich Town Fans Jury predict the derby day result

You can get 14/1 on a 1-0 Town win - longer odds than a 2-0, 2-1 and 3-0 win for Norwich.

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