Kerry will be eager to put last week's defeat in the Joe McDonagh Cup final behind them, but they face a monumental task with Wexford standing in the way of them and a place in the All-Ireland quarterfinal. Here's all the information you need to know ahead of the game including how to watch Kerry v Wexford.
When is Kerry v Wexford?
Throw in is at 2pm on Saturday 11th of June at Austin Stack Park.
How to watch Kerry v Wexford.
The game will be streamed on GAA GO.
Despite beating Kilkenny and drawing with Galway, the Yellow Bellies missed out on a spot in the Leinster SHC final for a third year in a row. A defeat to Dublin and a shock draw against Westmeath, Darragh Egan's side finished in fourth place of the group.
His side have shown signs of improvement and last time out they beat eventual Leinster champions Kilkenny 1-22 to 1-18.
Lee Chin has been an expert marksman for this Wexford side in recent years. Chin has scored an impressive 0-25 in his last three games and will be keen to add to that tally against Kerry.
A win over Antrim in Kerry's final game of the Joe McDonagh Cup round robin campaign sealed a place in the final against the Saffrons for a second year in a row. Sadly for the Kingdom, despite a second half comeback, Antrim held on to win 5-22 to 4-24.
Midfielder Pádriag Boyle is someone that Wexford will need to be wary of and the Ballyduff man scored 2-11 during the final last weekend.
Another man with an eye for goal is Shane Conway who came off the bench to score 2-2 in the second half against Antrim.
Wexford boss Darragh Egan remains confident that his side still have the fire power to cement a place in the quarterfinal:
We were disappointed with the Westmeath result, the players were very disappointed. It was a case like in earlier games when we did not put away our chances.
We have suffered for our wastefulness in past games. There’s no doubt we were struggling in front of goal, but I’m confident that will come right against Kerry.