KILKENNY and Cork are set to battle it out to see who will reach the All Ireland final.
After a season of high scoring hurling, it’s safe to assume that this will a game to remember for fans across Ireland.
Here’s everything you need to know about the fixture.
When and where will it be played?
It’ll be played on Sunday August 8 with throw in set for 3.30 pm.
Croke Park is the venue as the sides travel to Dublin for the day.
24,000 fans will attend the game as in person attendance continues to rise.
What TV channel is it on and can I stream it?
The match will be shown live on RTE 2 on The Sunday Game. It’s a big win for all those who love free TV!
Coverage starts at 2.30 pm.
The game will be available to stream on the RTE player if you’re on the move over the weekend!
If you fancy something a little different the game will also be on Sky Sports Arena.
What are the teams?
Cork: P. Collins; N. O’Leary, R. Downey, S. O’Donoghue; T. O’Mahony, M. Coleman, G. Millerick; D. FItzgibbon, L. Meade; C. Cahalane, S. Harnedy, R. O’Flynn; S. Barrett, P. Horgan, J. O’Connor.
Kilkenny: E. Murphy; T. Walsh, H. Lawlor, P. Deegan; J. Maher, P. Walsh, M. Carey; C. Fogarty, R. Reid; A Mullen, J. Donnelly, B. Ryan; E. Cody, T. Reid, A. Murphy.
What are the odds?
The bookies can’t find anything to separate the sides and they both on evens.
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A draw is at 9/1.
What happened last time they played?
Kilkenny overcame the Rebels 2-27 to 3-18 in the 2019 quarter finals in a game that sparked controversy.
What can we expect from the game?
In a big game like this anything can happen on the day as both sides are desperate to reach the final.
Cork were brilliant in attack as they dispatched of the Dubs, if their big men show up they’ll more than fancy their chances.
Kilkenny will be hoping that their experience will be enough to give them the opportunity to the big one for the first time since 2015.
This a game you don’t want to miss!