Clare take on Wexford this Saturday afternoon in the 2020 All-Ireland hurling Round 2 qualifiers. It's been deemed the 'Davy Derby' as Davy Fitzgerald will manage Wexford against his native county. It's sure to be a thrilling affair, but with all the GAA on this weekend, many are wondering how to watch Clare v Wexford. Here's all of the information you need ahead of this huge match.
When is Clare v Wexford?
Clare will take on Wexford this Saturday November 13 at 2pm
Where is Clare v Wexford taking place?
This knockout match will take place in Portlaoise, in front of no spectators.
How to watch Clare v Wexford in the hurling qualifiers?
The match is being streamed exclusively on GAAGO. It costs five euros to stream the match in Ireland. The stream will begin at 1.45pm, with commentary beginning at 1.55pm. You can find a link to purchase the feed here.
How are the teams faring heading into match?
Neither team arrives at this fixture in brilliant form. Wexford were humiliated by Galway in their Leinster semifinal two weeks ago, prompting Davy Fitz to apologise to Wexford supporters. Clare were beaten handily by Limerick in their Munster preliminary tie and held off a dogged Laois outfit to reach this weekend's fixture.
Clare beat Wexford by three points when the two sides met in February in Wexford Park.
While much has been made of the 'feud' between Davy Fitz and Brian Lohan, Davy did extend an olive branch to his former Clare teammate when speaking back on RTÉ back in the summer. He said:
“As regards going forward with Clare, I honestly want to see Brian do well. That is 100 per cent.
“I’m disappointed it (their differences) has come to where it is now. I got hurt from a bit of criticism. Brian got hurt from what I said in my book. Maybe we should be big enough to forget about it and move on.