Limerick the venue for Tipperary's hurling clash with Galway

Match will get underway at 1.15

Jason Forde

Jason Forde scored 1-6 in Tipperary's defeat of Cork last Saturday

Fresh from their victory over Cork in Limerick at the weekend, Tipperary will return to the LIT Gaelic Grounds for the All-Ireland hurling championship quarter-final against Galway next Saturday.

The match starts at 1.15pm and will be shown live on RTE.

Saturday’s other quarter-final between Waterford and Clare will be played at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, with a 3.45 start, and will be shown live on Sky Sports Mix.

Both matches will be played out to a conclusion on the day.

For more sport see Tipperary come good to beat Cork in All-Ireland senior hurling championship qualifier