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Galway and Limerick are the survivors to battle it out the Liam McCarthy Cup this weekend after a epic summer of hurling.

The new championship format may have it kinks but it served up some brilliant matches with one semi-final needing a replay and the other needing extra time.


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Galway are looking to defend their All-Ireland crown with another Leinster title already in the bag. !Final! Cork vs Limerick Live Stream GAA Hurling All Ireland !Final! Cork vs Limerick Live Stream GAA Hurling All Ireland

It took all the experience of Micheal O’Donoghue’s side to eventually see off Clare in the semi-finals and they may fancy that there is still to come from their fearsome attack

AFTER three months of sensational hurling action, we now know who will contest the final act of the All-Ireland SHC 2018.

Leinster champions Galway came through their testing semi-final replay against Clare and will square-off with seven time-winners Limerick for the August 19 curtain call.

Here’s all the key information ahead of the final.

When is the All-Ireland SHC final?
The final will take place on Sunday August 19 at 3:30pm in Croke Park.

What TV channel is the final on?
RTE and Sky Sports will have live coverage of the final hurling day out.

The national broadcaster’s show will begin on RTE 2 at 2:15pm – while Sky’s All-Ireland final coverage will be aired on their Sky Sports Arena channel from 2:30pm.

Can I live stream the final?
ALL Irish viewers with access to the internet can stream the contest through the RTE player website.

Alternatively, you can download the RTE player app and stream the game through your mobile or tablet device.

Sky subscribers can use the Sky Go app to stream the encounter.

Otherwise, you can download the Sky Go app to watch the game on the go.

SunSport will have live blog coverage of the final as well !Final! Cork vs Limerick Live Stream GAA Hurling All Ireland

What is the team news?
GALWAY chiefs are confident Gearóid McInerney will be fit for the All-Ireland final.

Tribe bosses also believe that Joe Canning will be fit for Sunday’s decider.

Starting XVs will be available here when announced.

What are the odds?
HOLDERS Galway go into Sunday’s curtain call as the slight favourites – with Micheál Donoghue’s men getting a 4/6 price tag.

Limerick are 13/8 to take home Liam MacCarthy – while a draw after 70 minutes gets you 11/1.

What have they said?
MICHAEL DUIGNAN and Derek McGrath reckon Galway will get the better of Limerick this Sunday to land back-to-back All-Ireland titles.

Ex-Waterford boss McGrath previewed the hurling decider with former Offaly star Duignan on RTÉ’s The Sunday Game on Sunday.

Both are predicting a close battle – but think the Tribesmen have the edge and can successfully defend the Liam MacCarthy Cup.

John Kiely’s young Treaty side fired their county to a first All-Ireland final since 2007 with victory over Cork two weeks ago.

The betting odds for the final make them narrow underdogs to land their first title since 1973 – at a price of 13/8.

Duignan said: “I’m sticking with Galway, I’ve gone with them from the start of the year.

“They’ve held on in a couple of matches. I think they could have done without the extra match against Kilkenny and another extra match against Clare.

“There’s a good bit of mileage on the clock over the last six or seven years but two weeks break for the final is ideal and they’ll come out fresh.

“I just think they’ve better players, and whatever about benches and everything else, I just think Galway have a better 15 than Limerick.”

McGrath has experience of coming up against both teams as Déise boss before stepping down earlier this summer.

His Waterford team were the beaten finalists against the Tribesmen last September.

And his Déise side were beaten comprehensively by Limerick – 2-26 to 1-16 – in the Munster round-robin back in June.

McGrath feels we’re in for another tight encounter in a summer of Hurling Championship belters – and he sees Micheál Donoghue’s charges just about edging out the pretenders to their throne.

McGrath said: “I think Galway will eek a victory. I think it will be a very good game and I think Limerick will play really well as well.

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