Tipperary v Westmeath takes place on Sunday at 2pm in Nenagh. We have a preview, team news and betting information below. If you can’t make the game be sure to check out our live score updates from the below link.
Tipperary come into this game following the postponement of last weekends fixture with Galway. Liam Sheedy’s men have played 2 games and lost two games so far so a win here is vital. They lost out to Limerick 2-14 to 0-18, while they also suffered a loss to Cork at Pairc Ui Chaoimh 2-24 to 1-25. Tipperary will look to players like Padraic Maher and Ronan Maher in defence, while players like Seamus Callanan, John McGrath and Jake Morris in attack.
Westmeath come into the game with 3 losses from 3 games. They have suffered losses to Galway (1-24 to 0-10), Waterford (3-18 to 1-15) and last weekend they lost out Cork by 3-12 to 1-14. Shane O’Brien speaking after that game to RTE Sunday Sport said, “It was a game that got away from us, there’s no doubt about it”. He continued, “We are immensely proud of the performance the lads put in. We have a very ambitious group.” Players like Aonghus Clarke, Allan Devine and Eoin Price will need to have big games if the Lake County are to have any chance of coming away with points.
Teams have yet to be announced.
Tipperary are 1/100 to win this game, while Westmeath are 14/1. I can see Tipperary putting up a big score here. Therefore, backing Tipperary -13 at 10/11 is my selection. There is no live coverage of Tipperary v Westmeath so be sure to follow our live score updates on Sunday.