The Waterford hurlers will be on the road four times this summer in the revamped Munster championship.
Walsh Park was recently deemed unsuitable to stage home games against Tipperary and Cork.
The Munster Council confirmed last night that the Gaelic Grounds will host Waterford-Tipperary on June 3 while Semple Stadium will provide the venue for Waterford-Cork on June 17.
Derek McGrath’s men open their campaign against Clare at the end of May and face a second trip to the Gaelic Grounds on June 10.
Waterford will put their Division 1A status on the line when they renew rivalry with Cork in Sunday’s Allianz National hurling league Relegation play-off at Pairc Uí Rínn.
Waterford finished their campaign with two successive wins, overcoming Sunday’s opponents Cork and disposing of Clare in Walsh Park last Sunday by 1-23 to 1-20 with Patrick Curran hitting 1-13.
Waterford physical trainer Fergal O’ Brien says confidence is high in the camp heading into Sunday’s big challenge against the Rebels.
Fergal says the result in Pairc Uí Chaoimh three weeks ago will count for very little come Sunday.
Fergal told Matt Keane that going down to 1B wouldn’t be a complete disaster.
Sunday’s game is underway at 3pm and you’ll be able to hear all the action live on WLR with commentary team Tomás McCarthy and Fergal Hartley, thanks to George Corbett Skoda.