- Brian Carthy and guests look ahead to the All-Ireland Hurling Final
- John Allen and Anthony Daly join Seán O'Rourke to preview the All-Ireland Hurling Final
- Gortroe prepares to support Seamus Harnedy, the first player from the area to play in an All-Ireland Final
- Liam Sheedy thinks that Clare have what it takes to beat Cork in the All-Ireland Hurling Final
- Michael Duignan thinks Cork will shade it over Clare by a couple of points
- Brian Carthy reports on the Cork team to face Clare in the All-Ireland Hurling Final
- Cork's Ger Cunningham says Sunday's All-Ireland will be a clash of managerial styles
- Clare's Mike Deegan says the win over Galway gave the side great confidence
Clare show no changes to their starting XV for Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC final against Cork.
Davy Fitzgerald has kept the faith with the side which defeated Limerick 1-22 to 0-18 in the semi-final at Croke Park last month.
Paul Flanagan comes onto the substitutes' bench in place of the injured Aaron Cunningham.
Clare: Patrick Kelly; Domhnaill O’Donovan, David McInerney, Cian Dillon; Brendan Bugler, Pat Donnellan (c) Patrick O’Connor; Conor Ryan, Colm Galvin; John Conlon, Tony Kelly Colin Ryan; Padraig Collins, Darach Honan, Conor McGrath.
Subs: Donal Tuohy; Conor Cooney, Seadna Morey, Liam Markham, Nicky O’Connell, Fergal Lynch, Shane O’Donnell, Cathal McInerney, Peter Duggan, Jonathon Clancy, Paul Flanagan
Cork named their side on Thursday night with Brian Murphy taking over at wing-back from Tom Kenny.
Live television coverage of the All-Ireland Hurling Final between Clare and Cork from 14:15 on Sunday 8 September on RTÉ Two and RTÉ.ie (Ireland only). Live radio coverage of all the day’s action from 14:00 on RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ RnaG and RTÉ.ie (Worldwide).