What time and what TV channel is Game Thread Tipperary vs Clare on? Throw-in time, TV and live stream details for the Munster championship game

Tipperary welcomes Clare to this weekend’s Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

Where and when is it running?

Sunday’s game will be played at Semple Stadium with a throw-in at 2pm.

What’s new from the team?

Shane O’Donnell is primed for a sensational Clare return after being forced to sit on the sidelines for the past 12 months due to a concussion.

We’ll bring you more team news from both camps on Independent.ie as soon as we have it.

Where can I see the game?

The game can be seen live on RTE 2 from 1:15 p.m. The game will also be streamed live on the RTE Player.

What can I read about the game on Independent.ie?

Vincent Hogan previewed the Munster Championship and Colm Keys took a look at the GAA Championships as a whole below.

“Remove instinct from any sport and you’re left with a computer game. Remove it from the spin and you’re left with a bad computer game.’

Martin Breheny believes that “some of the codology served up as sophisticated tactics is ridiculous” in the modern game.

Tipp got off to a losing start to the campaign last time out but they certainly didn’t embarrass themselves with their loss to Waterford.

And Frank Roche had a great interview with the Premier’s Cathal Barrett last week which is well worth reading.

For a recap of last weekend’s GAA action, listen to the latest episode of The Throw-In podcast below. Former Kilkenny All-Star Eddie Brennan sat down with Will Slattery, Michael Verney and Vincent Hogan to discuss all the key talking points.

And don’t forget to listen to Philly McMahon’s show every Friday as he shares his take on the soccer championship.

For more information on The Throw-In, visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

What are the match odds?

Tip is favorite at 8/13 with the banner 13/8 and a tie after 70 minutes 9/1.

What do the managers say?

Colm Bonnar:

“In my day we were beaten in the first round in 1990, we were All Ireland champions and we were beaten in one game in Cork and that was it. As if these guys get a chance to put their gear back on next Sunday. That’s brilliant. What an opportunity. You enjoy these games.

“I love the championship the way it is at the moment. I’d like to be guaranteed four games because these guys… we love it and we just keep bringing more. And hopefully by the end of the four games we’ll be in the mix and we’ll have shown enough to compete to be in one of those three places.

 

Source: Independent

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