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How To Watch Tyrone Vs Dublin In The Allianz League

How To Watch Tyrone Vs Dublin In The Allianz League
By Eoin Harrington
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Tyrone host Dublin in the Allianz League this weekend, in a crucial matchup - and we have all the info you need on how to watch the big game.

When is Tyrone v Dublin?

Dublin take on All-Ireland champions Tyrone on Sunday March 13th, with throw-in at 3:45pm.

Where is Tyrone v Dublin being played?

Tyrone host Dublin in Healy Park in Omagh.

How to watch Tyrone v Dublin

Tyrone vs Dublin will be shown live on TG4. Their matchday coverage will get underway at 3:30pm, 15 minutes before throw-in.

The match will also be available to watch live through the TG4 Player online.

Match Preview


The tables have certainly turned since the last time Tyrone and Dublin faced off in the Allianz League.

Tyrone came into this season as defending All-Ireland champions, but they have had a mixed start to their league season. They opened with a draw against Monaghan and a loss against Armagh, before getting their season up and running with a narrow win over Kildare in round three.


Despite getting their first win of the year against Kildare, Tyrone's form is only good enough to put them in fifth place in Roinn 1, and they will be hoping they can climb up the table with a big result against Dublin on Sunday.

For Dublin, on the other hand, 2022 has been disastrous thus far. The once imperious Dubs have fallen to four defeats from their first four games. Their losses against Kerry and Mayo were by comfortable margins, while their loss last week to Newbridge is a stark indicator of where Dublin are at in 2022.

They sit rooted to the bottom of Roinn 1, and their relegation to Roinn 2 will be confirmed on Sunday depending on the result here, and away from Omagh.


If there was ever a game to get Dublin's players in the zone to get their season back on track, they won't come much bigger than a trip to the All-Ireland champions. It's set to be a dramatic afternoon in Omagh on Sunday.

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