The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship will be decided this afternoon as Galway and Limerick meet at Croke Park.
Limerick are chasing their first Liam McCarthy Cup in 45 years, while Galway are bidding to retain their crown for the first time since 1988.
Galway make just a single change from their semi-final replay win over Clare, with Gearoid McInerney coming in for Niall Burke at centre-back.
Limerick are unchanged to the side which overcame Cork 3 weeks ago.
Throw in today is at 3:30.
Former Waterford boss Derek McGrath told WLR that he fancies the Tribesmen to make it back to back titles despite giving up big leads against Kilkenny and Clare.
“The momentum shifts in games these days,” he said. “For me it’s Galway to win, but I do feel that Limerick will play really well. I actually fancy Limerick to be ahead at half time, and Galway to come with a third quarter surge to retain the title.”