What time and TV channel is Dublin v Cork on tonight in the All-Ireland quarter final?
All-Ireland quarter-finals: Jamesie O’Connor and Keith Higgins make their predictions for Dublin-Cork and Tipperary-Waterford
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There is another huge weekend in store in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship.
The race for the Liam MacCarthy Cup will be whittled down to just four teams, with Dublin, Cork, Tipperary and Waterford vying to join Limerick and Kilkenny in the semi-finals.
Two-time All-Ireland winner Jamesie O’Connor and Mayo captain Keith Higgins joined Gráinne McElwain on Inside The Game this week to look ahead to the action and make their predictions.
What time is throw-in for Dublin v Cork in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final and what TV channel is it on?
GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Qualifiers Round 1, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 7/11/2020 Cork vs Dublin Cork’s Patrick Horgan and Eoghan O’Donnell of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo
Another massive weekend is in store in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship as Dublin take to the field once again to take on Cork in a mouthwatering quarter-final tie on Saturday.
The race for Liam McCarthy will be whittled down from 6 to just 4, as Dublin or Cork and Tipperary or Waterford will look to advance this weekend.
A potential date with the all-conquering Limerick awaits the winner of this matchup.
Cork knocked Dublin out of All-Ireland contention last year, winning by six.
4,400 fans will be in attendance at Semple Stadium to witness the game.
Covid issues and an early injury to Eoghan O’Donnell cost Dublin against Kilkenny, where they ultimately lost by 9.
Cork, meanwhile, will be rolling into this game having beaten Clare in the second round of the qualifiers.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game:
Dublin and Cork face-off this evening for a place in the All-Ireland semi-final.
The two sides square off at Semple Stadium in a repeat of their All-Ireland qualifiers tie last winter.
It’ll be the first time the two sides cross path’s since the Rebels eased past Mattie Kenny’s side, but the two meet further down the line this time around.
Kieran Kingston’s men come into the game fresh after dumping Clare out of the Championship, they were too strong for the Banner in Thurles last weekend.
A win will put them into the last four where they’ll take on either Kilkenny or Limerick for a place in the final.
The Boys in Blue come into the game with plenty to prove after a misfiring performance saw them well beaten by Kilkenny in the Leinster final.
Once again struggling to find consistency, they’ll be desperate to silence the critics and repeat the performance that earned them an impressive win against Galway in the Leinster semi-final.
Here’s everything you need to know about Dublin v Cork:
Where and when is it?
The match takes place at Semple Stadium in Thurles on Saturday, July 31.
Cork had too much for them in the qualifiers last year, and won by six.
“But if Dublin can get ahead at all, keep things tight at the back, this could be a lot less comfortable for Cork than what a lot of people envisage.
“The key to that is Eoghan O’Donnell’s fitness. It’s absolutely vital for Dublin that he plays. The Dublin back line were outstanding against Galway. They held that Galway forward line to 1-14.