Pundit Cyril Farrell has made his prediction for Saturday’s highly-anticipated clash…
Cyril Farrell was speaking to the lads over at The Hurling Podcast recently, where he tipped the Yellowbellies to come out on top against Galway on Saturday:
“I just have a feeling that Wexford will win it. They are a bit more ready. Galway are a bit unsettled — and if I think if those injuries are true, and I think they are, these boys are on the team. They have done it on the big day and when you’re missing them, they’re a big loss.”
“It won’t affect them in the sense that, even if they get beaten, they’ll be still very dangerous in the Backdoor. I’ve a feeling that the fitness of Wexford might just get them over the line, because knowing Davy, he’ll have a hell of a lot of work done.”
They were very unlucky last year. Tipp went onto win the All-Ireland, but if you looked at that match again , Wexford were unlucky. That could have gone Wexford’s way. They’ve been around now. This is a big year for them. This is the culmination of all the few years that Davy has been there. I’ve a feeling that this could be his year — and he thinks that himself too, so that’s a big plus,” he said to The Hurling Podcast.
Wexford will be facing Galway in Croke Park on Halloween night, with throw-in at 6:15pm. The match will be broadcasted live on RTE this Saturday evening.
Listen to the full episode of The Hurling Podcast with Cyril Farrell by clicking the ‘Listen in browser’ button below:
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