Saturday’s Irish Cup semi-final between Bray Wanderers and Shamrock Rovers is live on RTÉ Sport, with a view to the semi-finals.
Here’s a look at what to watch in the cup final:Saturday’s game is played at The O2 in Dublin.
The winner will advance to the final on Sunday, with the loser taking on the second-placed team in the play-offs.
It will be a warm-up for the semi final and the final.
The semi- finals are played on Saturday evenings, with Shamrock Rangers hosting Bray Wanders in the first leg at 7.45pm.
The Rovers will have their full squad available to watch from home, with their squad including James McCarthy, Tommy O’Donnell, Stephen Ward, Stephen Dunne, David Nugent, Michael O’Halloran and John O’Shea.
Shame of missing out on the final The Shamrock rovers are in the hunt for the top spot in the Irish League One table with four games left.
Their form has improved since last season’s semi- final defeat to Dublin.
The Irish League side have won five of their last six league games, with three wins, three draws and two losses.
They are also unbeaten in the last seven league matches.
The Shamrocks are hoping to bounce back from a 1-0 loss to Dublin in the league play-off final on Saturday.