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Brophy & Stapleton preview Waterford v Tipperary

Shane Stapleton and Shane Brophy preview the Division 1 clash of Waterford v Tipperary at Semple Stadium in Thurles

Shane Stapleton and Shane Brophy preview the Division 1 clash of Waterford v Tipperary at Semple Stadium.

Saturday: Tipperary v Waterford, FBD Semple Stadium, 7.15

Eight points (Kilkenny) and seven points (Waterford) were enough to earn semi-final places in this group last year. Tipperary (6pts), Waterford (5pts), Kilkenny (4pts) and Dublin (3pts) are all in contention for knock-out places with Tipp guaranteed to take one if they win on Saturday.

They have won their first three games by an average of ten points, leaving them full of confidence as they prepare for the Deise challenge.

Waterford are also unbeaten, but dropped a point against Dublin.

The Deise beat Tipperary by ten points in last year’s Allianz League and by four points in the Munster championship.

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