2-11 - 1-11Full Time
Tipperary Footballers
    Clare Footballers
      • 78'

        Full time Clare : 1-11(14) Tipperary : 2-11(17)

      • 78'

        Full time Clare : 1-11(14) Tipperary : 2-11(17)

      • 71'

        Clare goal from play Gavin Cooney

      • 70'

        Tipperary point from play Emmet Moloney

      • 67'

        Three minutes to play and Tipp lead by 6pts

      • 63'

        Clare point from play Podge Collins

      • 61'

        Clare : 0-8(8) Tipperary : 2-9(15) Clare point from play Cathal O Connor

      • 56'

        Clare point from free Eoin Cleary

      • 53'

        Tipperary point from play Liam Boland

      • 49'

        Clare point from free Eoin Cleary, but they need goals

      • 47'

        Off: Steven O' Brien On: Liam Boland

      • 44'

        Tipperary point from play Conor Sweeney

      • 36'

        @TipperaryGAA : 2-6(12) @GAAClare : 0-5(5) @TipperaryGAA Goal from play Bill Maher

      • 35'

        Half time Clare : 0-5(5) Tipperary : 1-6(9) Clare point from free Keelan Sexton

      • 30'

        Jack Kennedy free

      • 28'

        Liam Casey point

      • 27'

        Clare point from free Eoin Cleary

      • 19'

        Jack Kennedy should have scored a goal

      • 17'

        Tipp lead 1-03 to 0-01 at the first waterbreak

      • 16'

        Jack Kennedy free from 45 yards

      • 13'

        Conor Sweeney free

      • 9'

        Conor Sweeney is fouled and kicks over the free

      • 7'

        Keelan Sexton with the opening Clare point

      • 6'

        Tipperary GOAL by Conor Sweeney, awful kick out by Clare sub keeper

      • 4'

        No score for the first four minutes

      • Clare - Eamonn Tubridy, Gordan Kelly, Cillian Brennan, Eoghan Collins, Pearse Lillis, Aaron Fitzgerald, Alan Sweeney, Gary Brennan, Cathal O’Connor, Ciaran Russell, Eoin Cleary, Jamie Malone, Keelan Sexton, Joe McGrath, Cian O’Dea

      • Tipperary : Evan Comerford; Alan Campbell, Jimmy Feehan, Colm O’Shaughnessy; Bill Maher, Kevin Fahey, Robbie Kiely; Steven O’Brien, Liam Casey; Jack Kennedy, Michael Quinlivan, Conal Kennedy; Jason Lonergan, Conor Sweeney, Brian Fox. Subs: Michael O’Reilly, Tadhg Fitzgerald, Emmet Moloney, Paudie Feehan, Padraic Looram, Daire Brennan, Colman Kennedy, Shane Foley, Conor Ryan, Kevin O’Halloran, Liam Boland.


      TeamLive ScoreOutcome


      Tipperary Starting Team

      Evan Comerford: Alan Campbell Jimmy Feehan Colm O’Shaughnessy ; Bill Maher Kevin Fahey Robbie Kiely; Steven O’Brien Liam Casey; Jack Kennedy Michael Quinlivan Conal Kennedy; Jason Lonergan Conor Sweeney Brian Fox;

      Clare  Starting Team

      Eamonn Tubridy; Gordan Kelly Cillian Brennan Eoghan Collins; Pearse Lillis Aaron Fitzgerald Alan Sweeney; Gary Brennan Cathal O’Connor ;  Ciarán Russell  Eoin Cleary (C)  Jamie Malone ;  Keelan Sexton  Joe McGann  Cian O’Dea


      Munster football quarter-final Tipperary v Clare, we have live score commentary and starting teams, game starts with a throw in at 1:15pm

      A Munster semi-final awaits the winner of Tipperary vs Clare this Sunday. These two teams went through their respective League campaigns without making any headlines and remaining in their respective divisions. But, Championship football can throw up surprises. This year, the knock-out format means there is no room for error so games will be nervy and anything can happen.

      Clare’s win over Fermanagh in the first game back proved to be enough to save them in Division 2. Last weekend, they lost to Armagh but remained above the dropzone. There were some good spells against Armagh that Colm Collins will be very encouraged by. However, it will take a good performance for the full 70 minutes to advance in the Championship.

      In Division 3, Tipperary secured their survival by beating Leitrim in round 7. A goal in each half went a long way to their success. Liam Casey’s strike five minutes from time put the game beyond Leitrim. But, the Connacht side fought for the full game. As a result, Tipperary are well prepared heading into the Championship.

      Last season, Tipperary lost two in a row in the Championship. Now, it will only take one game to end their season. Hence, there is no room for error. In contrast, Clare bounced back from their defeat to Kerry in the Munster semi-final by going all the way to the fourth round of the qualifiers. There, just a point stopped them from going to the Super 8s.

      Paddy Power have gone with Tipperary as the 8/11 favourites. Clare are 11/8 and a draw is 15/2.

      GAA GO are live streaming the game.

      Prediction: Clare.

      Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final: Tipperary vs Clare, Sunday, November 1st, 13:00 (Semple Stadium). 

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      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      November 1, 2020 13:00 Munster Championship 2020 01/11/2020 70'


      Semple Stadium, Tipperary
      Semple Stadium, R498, Racecourse, Thurles Rural, The Municipal District of Thurles, County Tipperary, Munster, E41 F838, Ireland





      Past Meetings

      Munster Championship
      Semple Stadium, Tipperary