It's an amazing weekend of hurling with two Round 2 qualifiers and two provisional finals taking place across Saturday and Sunday. The clash between Tipp and Cork is one of the more intriguing matches as its pits two of hurling's greatest rivals head-to-head in a knockout tie, and here's all the info you need so you can know how to watch Cork v Tipperary.
Here's everything you need to know about the match.
When is Cork v Tipp?
Cork play Tipperary this Saturday afternoon at 4pm.
Where is Cork v Tipp taking place?
Tipp play Cork at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. It will be refereed by James Owens of Wexford.
How to watch Cork v Tipp in the hurling qualifiers?
The match can be watched exclusively on Sky Sports Mix.
What does the form tell us?
Cork arrive at this match on the back of an encouraging win against Dublin. The Rebels were very disappointing in their first Championship outing but they were improved last weekend against the Dubs, with Declan Dalton looking strong at full forward. Tipp were left behind by Limerick in the rain two weeks ago but one imagines Liam Sheedy will have learned a lot from the match. His selection will be very interesting for Saturday. Paudie Maher looked to struggle with the pace of the game and was subbed off before fulltime. His fitness will play a huge role in the outcome of this match.
Cork won a thrilling match between the two counties back in February when the two counties met in the National Hurling League. Robbie O'Flynn scored 1-3 and Patrick Horgan contributed 1-9 as Cork won 2-24 to 1-25.
Tipp started their drive for Liam MacCarthy with a huge win over Cork in the 2019 Championship, winning 2-28 to 1-24 on the day. Tipp captain Seamus Callanan scored 1-4 that day and we can only imagine his form will prove integral to the final result of this match.