STREAMS@!!..KILKENNY V DUBLIN LIVE BROADCAST ON GAA TV 14 May 2022

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THE Leinster Hurling Championship continues this weekend with Dublin taking on Kilkenny.

The round robin table is finely poised after three rounds of games with plenty to play for for both teams.

Dublin host Kilkenny in the latest round of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship later on today.

The Dubs have made a flawless start to the round robin phase of the championship. Mattie Kenny's side have won their opening three games and know that a victory today will guarantee 'The Boys in Blue' a place in the All Ireland series this summer.

Kilkenny on the other hand still have some work to do. 'The Cats' won their first two games before being defeated by Galway last time out.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of this weekend's clash:

What time does the match start at?

Throw in for this match takes place at 7.00 pm on Saturday April 14th at Parnell Park in Dublin.

Sky Sports have live coverage of this match with their build up getting underway at 6.30 pm on Sky Sports Arena. Sky customers can live stream this off of the Sky Go app.

You can also catch highlights of this game and all of the weekend's GAA action on the Sunday Game highlights show from 9.30 pm on Sunday evening on RTE 2 and available to stream live on the RTE Player.

What is the latest team news for this match:

DUBLIN: Sean Brennan; James Madden, Eoin O'Donnell, Cian O'Callaghan; Donnacha Ryan, Paddy Smyth, Daire Gray; Conor Burke, Chris Crummey; Donal Burke, Rian McBride, Danny Sutcliffe; Fergal Whitely, Ronan Hayes, Aidan Mellett

KILKENNY: Eoin Murphy; Mikey Butler, Conor Delaney, Tommy Walsh; Michael Carey, Paddy Deegan, Conor Browne; James Maher, Cillian Buckley; Walter Walsh, Padraig Walsh, Adrian Mullen; Billy Ryan, TJ Reid, Eoin Cody

What are the latest betting odds for this match?

Kilkenny are the favourites to come away from Parnell Park with the win on Saturday evening at the price of 1/2.

Dublin are 2/1 outsiders to get the victory over the Cats while the draw has been priced at 9/1.

Dublin sit top of the Leinster Hurling Championship table after three games having won all three of their games against Laois, Wexford and Westmeath.

Kilkenny are in third place with wins over Westmeath and Laois but fell to defat

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