Alan Mulholland has made four changes to his Galway side for Saturday's game against Tipperary in Tullamore.
Limerick manager TJ Ryan has name an unchanged side for Sunday's semi-final against Wexford.
- O'Shea sticks with Tipp 15
- O'Mahony challenges Limerick
- Wexford edge derby thriller
- Dunne keeps Wexford grounded
- Clare win Tipperary thriller
- McGuinness loves life at Celtic
- O'Donoghue not buying the hype
- Cooper plays down bite scandal
- No charges in 'biting' case
- Cork change six for Sligo game
- Gavin still not satisfied
- McGuinness: Our best win yet
- Biting claim mars Dublin win
- Donegal dethrone Monaghan
- Dublin retain Leinster crown
- Kildare comeback denies Clare
- Armagh overcome Roscommon
- Reilly: Meath moving forward
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Paul Morris says his Wexford side are focused on their All Ireland Quarter Final clash with Limerick next Saturday after their win against Waterford.
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Dublin will have to contend with packed defences during the All-Ireland series, says Peter Canavan.
Wexford will be formidable opponents when they develop a ruthless streak, says Jamesie O'Connor.
Forget the naysayers, Mickey Harte remains the right man for Tyrone, says Peter Canavan.
Tipperary and Offaly are at opposite ends of the hurling spectrum, says Jamesie O'Connor.