Norwich City took another huge step towards promotion on Sunday and picked up East Anglian bragging rights in the process when they saw off Ipswich Town 3-0 at Carrow Road.
Onel Hernandez opened the scoring for Daniel Farke’s side early on, tapping home within 90 seconds of the kick-off to set the tone for the match, before tempers flared on the touchline.
After a rash tackle on Max Aarons by Tractor Boy Jon Nolan the two benches faced off against each other, leading to Ipswich boss Paul Lambert being sent off on his return to his former club.
There only looked like being one winner from then on and Teemu Pukki made sure of it, first drilling home an emphatic shot on the 65th minute to make it 2-0 before poking home in the last ten minutes to make doubly sure of the result.
It was a result that opened a two-point lead at the top of the Championship table for the Canaries with a place in the Premier League looking more and more inevitable.
But what should the fans be thinking after another impressive performance?
With Leeds dropping points again, this latest display should have fans awaiting the return of Premier League football to Carrow Road.
Mathematically, it is far from decided, but whilst those around them continue to slip up, Farke has his Norwich side chilled out and playing ice-cool football to match.
They simply do not look like slipping up and the fans should be preparing for a trophy parade come May.