WATCH: Pink Un Matchday Highlights – Michael Bailey, Alex Neil, Jacob Murphy, Mick McCarthy, The Guardian Football Weekly’s Paul MacInnes, Norwich City’s supporters and more give their views on Norwich City’s Ipswich Town draw

The Pink Un Show Matchday reviews all the latest Norwich City action from Carrow Road.

The Pink Un Show Matchday reviews all the latest Norwich City action from Carrow Road. - Credit: Archant

Pink Un Matchday returns to Carrow Road, as the crew review Norwich City’s East Anglian derby draw with Ipswich Town.

Filmed from outside Carrow Road, Michael Bailey is joined by Radio Norwich’s Stuart Hodge, East Anglian Daily Times’ Ipswich Town correspondent Stuart Watson and The Guardian Football Weekly’s Paul MacInnes to review the Canaries’ 1-1 East Anglian derby draw 5-1 win arch rivals Ipswich Town.

City manager Alex Neil and Town boss Mick McCarthy give their press conference verdicts, while Canaries goalscorer Jacob Murphy speaks to Michael following his derby goal.

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And Michael then heads to the pub, to get the immediate reaction of the Norwich City supporters that have just left Carrow Road.

City’s draw leaves them six points off the top six, but it could have been worse after Jonas Knudsen put Ipswich ahead in the second half. Town were also unlucky not to be awarded a first-half penalty.

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However, on the balance of chances City really should have won the game – be it leading at the interval or going on to take all three points following Murphy’s equaliser.

Next up for Norwich is a crucial game at Hillsborough on Saturday, where anything other than victory over six-placed Sheffield Wednesday could realistically end the Canaries’ play-off hopes (3pm). The two sides shared a goalless draw in the first game at Carrow Road this season, back in August.

• Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey and Facebook @mbjourno

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