Betting Odds, Team News, Channel & More Ahead Of Saturday’s Double Header In Wexford Park

The Wexford hurlers and Wexford footballers will host a home double header this Saturday evening…

If the Wexford hurlers are to keep their hopes of Leinster Championship glory intact, they’ll need a win and the two points on the board. Likewise, if Paul McLoughlin’s footballers want their 2019 campaign to last longer than mid-June, they’ll need to advance past Derry in the first-round of the qualifiers.

Where?
Innovate Wexford Park

What time are the games on?
Wexford vs Derry, 4:45 pm.
Wexford vs Carlow (hurling), 7:00 pm.

Are they on tv or is there a live stream?
Unfortunately the matches will not be on tv, and there won’t be a live stream of the match. However, you’ll be able to catch highlights of the action on The Sunday Game.

What’s Wexford’s hurling XV?
XV will appear here.

What’s the Wexford football XV?

Wexford XV:
1 Mark Fanning (Glynn Barntown)

2 Damien Reck (Oylegate Glenbrien)
3 Liam Ryan (Rapparees)
4 Simon Donohoe (Shelmaliers) 

7 Shaun Murphy (Oulart The Ballagh)
6 Matthew O’Hanlon (St James’)
5 Pádraig Foley (Crossabeg Ballymurn) 

10 Rory O’Connor (St Martin’s)
9 Diarmuid O’Keeffe (St Anne’s)

12 Liam Óg McGovern (St Anne’s)
14 Lee Chin (Faythe Harriers)
8 Kevin Foley (Rapparees)

13 Cathal Dunbar (Naomh Éanna)
15 Conor McDonald (Naomh Éanna)
11 Paul Morris (Ferns St Aidan’s) 

Carlow XV:
1 Brian Tracey (Naomh Eoin)

2 Kevin McDonald (Mount Leinster Rangers)
3 Paul Doyle (St Mullin’s)
4 Michael Doyle (Mount Leinster Rangers) 

5 Eoin Nolan (Naomh Eoin)
6 David English (Ballinkillen)
7 Richard Coady (Mount Leinster Rangers) 

8 Jack Kavanagh (St Mullin’s)
9 Seán Whelan (Ballinkillen) 

10 John Michael Nolan (Naomh Eoin)
11 Martin Kavanagh (St Mullin’s)
12 Edward Byrne (Mount Leinster Rangers)

13 James Doyle (St Mullin’s)
26 Ted Joyce (Mount Leinster Rangers)
15 Chris Nolan (Mount Leinster Rangers)

Are there any injuries to either of the line-ups?
Fitzgerald’s team is injury free, however, McLoughlin and the Wexford footballers haven’t been as lucky. Barry O’Connor recently signed with AFL’s Sydney Swans and is ruled out, while Johnathan Bealin and Conor Carthy among others are doubtful for the clash.

What are the betting odds?
Hurling – – Wexford 1/50, Draw 33/1, Carlow 14/1.
Football – – Wexford 7/2, Draw 10/1, Derry 1/4.

Featured Image Credit: Nicola Reddy Photography