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How To Watch Kerry v Cork In The All-Ireland Football Series: TV And Teams

How To Watch Kerry v Cork In The All-Ireland Football Series: TV And Teams
By Joshua Bell Curran Updated
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It's round two of the All-Ireland football round-robin and Kerry are set to renew their fierce rivalry with Munster rivals Cork as the pair face off in Páirc Uí Chaoimh this Saturday. We have all the info on how to watch Kerry v Cork right here.

When is Kerry v Cork? 

Kerry are heading Leeside to take on Cork, with throw-in set for 15:00 on Saturday 3rd of June in Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork.

How to watch Kerry v Cork? 

Kerry v Cork will be streamed live on GAA GO with coverage starting at 14:30 ahead of throw-in at 15:00.

4 January 2023; Brian Hurley of Cork tussles with Jason Foley of Kerry during the McGrath Cup Group A match between Cork and Kerry at Páirc Ui Rinn in Cork. Photo by Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

What's at Stake? 

Kerry are bottom of their group after their round one loss to Mayo, however, with just one team being knocked out via the group stages a win against Cork would put the Kingdom back on track. On the other hand, a loss to the Rebels would leave Kerry with a knockout game in the final week.

A win for Cork on Saturday would be enough to secure their place in the latter stages of the All-Ireland with a weekend to spare. While a loss could leave them with plenty to play for when they meet Mayo in the final round.


Form Guide 

Kerry have had a mixed bag of results all season and while at times they've looked like a ruthless All-Ireland winning side, there's been plenty of occasions where they've looked vulnerable. They struggled in the league at times, especially against the more powerful sides, before cruising to victory in a relatively uncompetitive Munster Championship.

Despite their poor League form being put down to the early start and the heavy training, their five-point loss to Mayo in round one is starting to raise questions about this Kerry sides form. Saturday should be a real test of this team's character and their ability to respond to adversity.


On the other side, Cork had a mediocre league campaign finishing mid-table in Division Two but struggling to contend with the top counties. They competed just once in the Munster Championship, losing to Clare by a point in the quarter-finals before coming back from their lengthy break to beat Mickey Harte's Louth by two points in the round-robin.


Despite Kerry's struggle to find consistency, they're the obvious favourites. Cork have shown plenty of potential but ultimately aren't playing at the same level Kerry are, and should Kerry find their form this weekend they could be unstoppable in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Team News 


Jack O'Connor has made two changes to his starting fifteen since Kerry's loss to Mayo two weeks ago with Adrian Spillane and Paul Murphy coming back into the side while Tony Brosnan and Dylan Casey are the players to make way for them. David Clifford leads out the side while Diarmuid O'Connor and Jack Barry pair up in midfield, the team in full is:


Cork have named two changes as well, with Rory Maguire returning from injury and Kevin O Donovan both coming into the match day fifteen. They replace Tommy Walsh and Seán Meehan both of whom were forced off through injury during Cork's opening game with Louth. The team in full is:



That's all the info you need on how to watch Kerry v Cork in the All-Ireland football series.

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