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How To Watch Galway v Dublin In Leinster Clash

How To Watch Galway v Dublin In Leinster Clash
Luke Delaney
By Luke Delaney
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Galway will look to keep their unbeaten start to the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship intact as they welcome Dublin to Pearse Stadium. Here's all the information you need to know including how to watch Dublin v Galway.

When is Galway v Dublin?

Throw in is at 6pm on Saturday 21st of May

How to watch Galway v Dublin

The game won't be shown on terrestrial TV but can be streamed via GAA GO.

The other game in the round robin series between Kilkenny and Wexford throws in at the same time and can be seen on Sky Sports Arena.

Form Guide

Galway have no doubt been the in form side in the Leinster SHC so far, winning three and drawing one of their first four fixtures. Henry Shefflin's side beat Laois 2-37 to 0-21 last time out, sealing their progression from Leinster into the All Ireland series.

The Tribesmen had 14 different scorers on the day and Conor Cooney took his championship tally to 1-29 after scoring eight points in the rout over Laois. Galway had 14 different players score in the win, including goalkeeper Eanna Murphy.


Despite only leading by six points at half time, goals from Conor Whelan and Joseph Cooney put space between the sides before the final whistle.


Apart from their draw against Wexford in the first round of the championship, Galway have been in fantastic form and their attacking threat has potential to cause Dublin all sorts of trouble.

Dublin are sitting in third place in the Leinster SHC after three wins and one defeat in their four games so far.


The Dubs have beaten Laois, Wexford and Westmeath in their opening fixtures but fell to a heavy defeat at the hands of Kilkenny last weekend. Kilkenny won 3-25 to 0-17 in what turned out to be a reality check for Dublin.

Shefflin wary of Dublin.

Dublin have caused Galway problems in previous games and the Galway boss remains aware of the challenge ahead.


Speaking to the media after the win against Laois, Henry Shefflin said;

“I’m expecting a serious challenge. We played them four months ago - 16th of January and we lost by 19 points.

“I suppose the Galway people know the challenge ahead of us. They know the record the last couple of years hasn’t been great."

A win this weekend will seal Galway's place in the Leinster SHC final, where they will meet Kilkenny or Wexford.

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