Norwich City will face East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town in the play-off semi-finals after beating Fulham to finish third in the Championship.

Bradley Johnson’s brace and goals from Nathan Redmond and Graham Dorrans earned victory for the Canaries.

Fulham added late consolations through Matt Smith’s volley and Johnson, who headed the ball into his own net.

Norwich will go in to the Championship play-offs having lost just once in their last 11 games home and away.

Alex Neil’s side finished the season four points short of earning automatic promotion, despite dropping just eight points from their final 18 games.

They have never faced Ipswich in the play-offs before, but have done the double over their rivals this term.

The Canaries will travel to Portman Road on Saturday, 9 May, with the return leg at Carrow Road on Saturday, 16 May.

Norwich took the lead when Johnson tucked away Gary Hooper’s cut-back before Redmond fired in from the left corner of the box before half-time.

Hugo Rodallega had chances either side of the break for the visitors, but Dorrans finished from Redmond’s lay-off to make it 3-0.

Fulham almost pulled a goal back 15 minutes from time when Shaun Hutchinson’s goal-bound effort was blocked by Gary O’Neil.

And, after Smith had volleyed home for Fulham, Johnson fired in City’s fourth from 25 yards to take his tally to 15 for the season.

Johnson headed into his own net for an injury-time consolation for the visitors, who suffered a first loss in six games in an encouraging end to the campaign.