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Here’s all the information you need ahead of some almighty clashes:
CLARE to beat CORK (All Ireland Hurling Qualifiers Series Round 2, Saturday 19:00, Live on Sky Sports)
Strap yourselves in for this repeat of the epic All Ireland Final of 2013. Clare eventually triumphed after a replay back then and are favoured to be victorious this time again.
Both teams had disappointing Provincial campaigns but looked much stronger in last weekend’s qualifiers with the Banner particularly sharp.
Darach Honan’s return to form is a huge plus, and in Tony Kelly, Clare possess arguably the form player of the year so far.
Cork aren’t short of talent themselves but Clare have the edge in our opinion.
LIMERICK to beat DUBLIN (All Ireland Hurling Qualifiers Series Round 2 – Saturday 17:00, Live on RTE2)
Both of these sides bounced back from disappointing performances in their Provincial Championships to record easy victories in last weekend’s 1st round qualifiers.
But in terms of finding ways to split them the fact that Dublin have suffered some upheaval during the last week with the news that their long serving defender Michael Carton has quit the panel could be significant.
Limerick’s forward line looks particularly strong with Declan Hannon restored to the team to direct operations from centre forward and that firepower could be telling.
TIPPERARY to beat WATERFORD (Munster Hurling Final – Sunday 16:00, Live on RTE2)
The Munster Hurling Final is always one of the showpiece events of the Irish sporting summer and this contest shouldn’t disappoint.
Tipperary, who lost the All Ireland Final after a replay last year, looked to be in fine touch in their semi final beating Limerick by 16 points
However, Waterford have been the team of the year so far. They won the league title out of Div 1B including a victory over Tipperary in the semi finals and Derek McGrath has devised a system that makes them very hard to defeat.
Cork couldn’t cope with it in their semi-final but as long as Tipp get their tactics right they should have too much quality for the Deise.
Expect Tipperary to pull away in the second-half of this game
ROSCOMMON to beat FERMANAGH (All Ireland Football Qualifiers Series Round 3 – Sunday 15:30)
Roscommon returned to form after their slip up against Sligo by beating Cavan last weekend by seven points and they’re our pick to win this match-up.
Fermanagh have had a good year too but Roscommon have been operating at a higher level than their opponents and although they have injury problems they should still have too much for a home team that struggles badly when Sean Quigley is curtailed.
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