Liverpool set to return to Aviva Stadium
Jurgen Klopp’s side will play Napoli on August 4
Liverpool FC will be back in Dublin this summer after it was confirmed that the English Premier League side will take on SSC Napoli at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, August 4th, kick-off 6pm
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Derby County who have lost their last three matches to drop out of the top six Championship promotion places play host to second place Cardiff City on Tuesday evening. ‘Rams’ captain Richard Keogh regained his starting role from Alex Pearce on Saturday last while Anthony Pilkington has recently been a regular late substitute for the visiting ‘Bluebirds’.
The two remaining EA Sports Cup second round fixtures are scheduled for Tuesday evening with Shamrock Rovers welcoming Longford Town to Tallaght Stadium while Shelbourne and Drogheda United meet in Tolka Park.
Seamus Coleman and his Everton colleagues secured a one nil Premier League victory over visitors Newcastle United in Goodison Park on Monday evening. Ciaran Clark was again an unused substitute for the ‘Magpies’.
The EA Sports Cup second round fixture between Waterford and Cork City took place at the RSC on Monday evening and was a less fractious affair than their very testy league encounter seventeen days ago. The contest remained scoreless in normal time with both sides scoring once in extra-time to generate a penalty shoot-out which went the way of the hosts by five goals to three. The ‘Blues’ will travel to face Sligo Rovers in the quarter-final.
There was disappointment for Shane Long and his Southampton colleagues as they went down to a two nil defeat by Chelsea in the second semi-final of the FA Cup at Wembley Stadium this Sunday afternoon. There was also Premier League disappointment for Declan Rice and his West Ham United colleagues as they suffered a four one defeat by Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium where Josh Cullen was an unused substitute. The Burnley duo of Stephen Ward and Kevin Long started with Jeff Hendrick a late substitute and lohg time injury absentee Jon Walters unused on the substitute bench as they played out a one all draw at Stoke City which, barring a huge collapse, should guarantree them European football next season.
The FA Cup semi-finals impacted upon the Premier League programme this weekend with James McClean, for seemingly relegation doomed West Bromwich Albion, the only Irish player involved on Saturday afternoon when he started the two all draw with visitors Liverpool at the Hawthorns.