LISTEN: Bailey, Davitt, Watson and Warren discuss City and Town’s differing fortunes since derby day in the latest Pinkun Norwich City Podcast

Ipswich Town and Norwich City take to Portman Road for their EFL Championship East Anglian derby in

Ipswich Town and Norwich City take to Portman Road for their EFL Championship East Anglian derby in October - both sides' fortunes have fluctuated since. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

The PinkUn Podcast returns for the final international break of 2017 with an Across The Divide special – as Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt head south to discuss the differing fortunes of Norwich City and Ipswich Town since October’s East Anglian derby.

The Canaries were 1-0 winners at Portman Road thanks to James Maddison’s winning goal, extending City’s recent domination of the fixture.

However, since then Norwich have suffered three Championship defeats on the spin and now find themselves below Ipswich in their table after their own post-derby revival.

PinkUn Show host and Canaries correspondent Michael Bailey quizzes chief City writer Paddy Davitt, his equivalent at the East Anglian Daily Times Stuart Watson plus colleague Andy Warren on the two clubs’ differing fortunes as the prepare for the slog to January and beyond.

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For City, the final international break of 2017 is followed by the Canaries welcoming Paul Heckingbottom’s Barnsley and Alex Neil’s Preston to Carrow Road on successive Saturdays – sandwiching a trip to Mark Warburton’s Nottingham Forest.

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