Tipperary will meet Galway in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final.
The game has been fixed for quarter-past-1 next Saturday in the Gaelic Grounds.
The Tribesmen were beaten by Kilkenny last Saturday in the Leinster Final after conceding two late goals in the space of a minute.
Speaking to Tipp FM, Hurling analyst Ken Hogan believes the manner in which Galway lost that game, could be an advantage to Tipp:
“It will play in Galway’s mind that they should’ve won the game and then they would’ve had the two weeks off and a good draw in an All-Ireland Semi-Final.
So I think it will play on their minds that they didn’t see out the game and they got the chances to win it.
From that perspective, I think you’ve got to take the human factor into it.
Tipp are coming off a win, Galway are coming off probably losing a final they should’ve won so from that point of view I think the advantage is with Tipperary.”