This weekend will see Cork take on Clare in a must win clash in the Semple Stadium. In the most competitive province in the country, both teams will see this as a must win clash in order to progress, especially for Cork, who lost their opening game to All Ireland Champions Limerick. Clare, meanwhile, won their opening game away to Tipperary last weekend, a game that will give them huge confidence heading into this clash. Here is all the information you need for how to watch Cork vs Clare this weekend.
When is Cork V Clare?
Cork v Clare is this Saturday, with throw in at 2.00 p.m.
How to watch Cork v Clare?
The game will not be broadcasted on RTÉ or Sky Sports. Coverage will be provided by GAA GO, which you can purchase a one-off fee to watch the game here.
Following their league final defeat to Waterford, the Rebels were unable to bring their league form into their championship opener against Limerick, with John Kiely’s side running out comfortable winners in the end, despite a strong start from Cork. With Limerick and Waterford likely to be the top two teams in the round robin, another defeat for Cork would put them in a very difficult position to progress.
Meanwhile, Clare welcomed back Shane O’Donnell and Peter Duggan into the side as three first half goals saw them see off Tipperary in their opening game of the championship. A win over Cork would put the Banner County in a strong position as they attempt to qualify for the Munster final.
On Friday evening, Brian Lohan named his Clare team to play Cork. Shane O'Donnell is named amongst the starters this week, as does Duggan at full forward.
— Clare Gaa (@GaaClare) April 29, 2022