The East-Anglia derby is played most seasons between Norwich City and Ipswich Town, with both teams suffering mixed fortunes in the Championship this season.
The Canaries, who are currently under interim management are fighting to make the play-offs whilst the Tractor Boys will be looking to get a few more points to ensure relegation stays a distant memory.
But away from the pitch and onto the terraces, neither set of supporters are seriously renowned for their noise or atmosphere but with both teams having to travel serious distances to away games due to their proximity in the country, the diehard amongst both sets of fans deserve a pat on the back.
Norwich City carry a higher home and away attendance, with Carrow Road regularly selling out for big games.
Portman Road doesn’t see as much footfall, with 16,000 fans passing through the gates on average, compared to The Canaries’ 26,000.
But on this occasion we’re going to leave this one down to you and your experience so use the poll below to vote – who are the better set of fans, Norwich City or Ipswich Town?
— FLW Transfer Centre (@FLWTransferC) April 13, 2017