Norwich vs Ipswich Predictions, Betting Tips and Preview
Norwich vs Ipswich predictions and betting tips for Sunday’s Championship fixture at Carrow Road with an anytime goalscorer pick and outright prediction included.
The East Anglian derby is always a terrific spectacle and this clash should be no exception. Norwich have vastly improved since the last time these two sides met and Daniel Farke’s side have been performing well and picking up crucial points. They were able to secure a point last weekend and the influential Mortiz Leitner looks set to start this match after impressing the fans with his recent performances from the bench. Farke says the pressure is all on Ipswich and the Tractor Boys will certainly be keen to take something from this clash. Mick McCarthy’s side were hugely underwhelming last weekend and Portman Road was sparsely attended amidst their goalless draw with Burton. See our Norwich vs Ipswich predictions below and get yourself a free bet to use on our betting tips.
Norwich vs Ipswich Predictions
Norwich have been impressive recently and crucially have kept hold of James Maddison. The Canaries have probably left their play-off push too late but it bodes well for next season and Daniel Farke is building for the future. Ipswich have lost three of five and aren’t playing particularly well at the moment and they also have a terrible record in this derby having failed to win since 2009. The first of our Norwich vs Ipswich betting tips is Norwich Win which is priced at 8/11 with Paddy Power.
Norwich are keeping it relatively tight and have conceded just three goals in five matches, a run which includes two clean sheets in the last three. Ipswich struggled in front of a defensively-minded outfit last week and won’t find opportunities easy to come by here. Under 2.5 Goals is 3/4 with 888Sport and is the second of our Norwich vs Ipswich betting tips.
There’s only one man who can be backed in the anytime goalscorer market at the moment. James Maddison has been excellent this season and Norwich will be pleased to have kept hold of the talented playmaker who has netted ten times this season already. James Maddison in the anytime goalscorer market is priced at 2/1 with Betfred and is the last of our Norwich vs Ipswich betting predictions.
Norwich vs Ipswich Betting Preview
Norwich are odds-on favourite for this clash, which is unsurprising given their recent form in the Championship. They can be backed at 8/11 for this match with Ipswich 7/2 to pull off a shock in the derby. The draw will be fancied by many and has occurred in three of the last five – it’s 12/5.
Ipswich have netted in just six of the last nine meetings between these sides with Both Teams to Score landing in four of the last five and it’s Evens to land once again.
Nelson Oliveira missed a penalty for Norwich last week and is the 7/2 favourite in the first goalscorer market. James Maddison is 5/1 to open the scoring whilst Joe Garner is 15/2 to be the first goalscorer for Ipswich.
All these odds are from Paddy Power
Norwich vs Ipswich Betting Tips
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