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After a week when England looked like world beaters with that magnificent win in Seville, inflicting only Spain’s second defeat in their last 27 games, it’s back to the bread and butter of league football this weekend – much to many supporters’ delight.

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There’s been a lot of talk this week about players and their hobbies since the news broke about Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold’s love for a game of chess.

I said after a drab East Anglian derby back on September 2 that both Norwich and Ipswich were two very average teams that would probably finish mid table or worse.

What a couple of weeks it’s been for Norwich City.

It’s been a cracking good few days for the Canaries.

I used to love going away with Wales even though at times I knew I was never going to start the game and had very little chance of getting on.

As the East Anglian derby goes, Sunday’s game at Portman Road was a bit uneventful and after all the build-up during the last couple of weeks there wasn’t too much to shout home about for either set of supporters.

If there’s one thing you all know about me by now, good or bad I tell it exactly how I think it is and I’ve never apologised for speaking my mind.

Having lost to a last-minute goal against Sheffield United – thanks to Billy Sharp – the pressure really was on Daniel Farke’s men to win their first game of the season on Wednesday night when former manager Alex Neil bought his Preston team to Carrow Road.

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