What TV channel is Derry v Shamrock Rovers on? All the details for FAI Cup clashCRUNCH TIME 16:40, 18 Sep 2022Updated: 16:41, 18 Sep 2022DERRY CITY face Shamrock Rovers in a bumper FAI Cup quarter-final on Sunday evening. The League of Ireland Premier Division's first and second placed teams will go toe-to-toe in a tantalising encounter. 1Shamrock Rovers face Derry City in the quarter-finals of the FAI Cup quarter-finalsCredit: Sportsfile Here's everything you need to know about the match. When is it on and what time is kick-off? Derry City vs Shamrock Rovers takes place at the Ryan McBride Brandywell on Sunday, September 18.
Kick-off is scheduled for 5 pm. Where can I watch it? The game will be shown live on RTE 2, with coverage starting at 4:30 pm. The game will also be available to stream for free via RTE Player. What are the teams? Derry City: Maher, McJannet, McEleney, Connolly, Boyce, Dummigan, Diallo, McEleney, Patching, Duffy, McGonigle.
The away side eased past Longford Town by a 3-0 margin last week and will be confident ahead of this match. Shamrock Rovers, on the other hand, are at the top of the league table and have excelled this year. The Hoops edged St Patrick's Athletic to a narrow 1-0 victory in their previous game and will want to be at their best in this fixture. Shamrock Rovers vs Derry City Head-to-Head Shamrock Rovers have a good record against Derry City and have won 27 out of 67 matches played between the two teams.
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Declan Devine’s side endured a difficult season, and their seventh place finish was below the expectations of many. They knew coming into this game that the winners will take on current cup holders Shamrock Rovers in the semi-final at Tallaght Stadium this Sunday afternoon. The Bit O’Red would have been confident, particularly considering their two defeats over the Candystripes this season in the league, but the absence of both Jesse Devers and Niall Morahan due to suspension was a blow. In a first half that will not live long in the memories of those fortunate enough to be there, opportunities were hard to come by.
But, it was the visitors who had the best of the early chances, with Sligo goalkeeper Ed McGinty certainly the busier of the two early on. James Akintunde’s early header from a good cross was saved by McGinty, who returned following international action with the Republic of Ireland Under 21s last week. Rovers had to soak up a lot of pressure for a period, with John Mahon’s heel blocking a powerful drive from on 24 minutes. The Bit O’Red almost opened their account just after the half hour mark when former Derry man Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe intecepted a Derry ball, and played in the onrushing Coughlan who burst into the penalty area before just managing to send his shot straight into the legs of Peter Cherrie who made his presence known.
The best chance fell to Cameron McJannett whose header from a corner hit the underside of the crossbar and was scrambled out of danger by the home rearguard on 80 minutes. The prospect of extra-time didn’t speed up the urgency from either side, and the early stages of added time were similar. Ogedi-Uzokwe nodded a Donelon corner straight into the hands of Cherrie, with Derry going down the other end instantly, although Conor McCormack’s long range effort gave McGinty little trouble in the home goals.
Sligo and Derry stand for a minute's silence. Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO Garry Buckley’s long range effort was well over following Akintunde’s clearance from a corner, and the hosts should have gone ahead shortly after the restart. Regan Donelon’s cross was nodded into the path of Alex Cooper by Coughlan, but the Scot could not direct his header on target. Cherrie had to be alert to force Lewis Banks’ cross-come-shot away from goal. Derry enjoyed a good spell again, but were left frustrated at their failure to put chances away. An inviting ball across the box from Akintunde was utilised by no-one, while Stephen Mallon should have beaten McGinty from close range, but the Rovers netminder made himself too big to avoid.
Shamrock Rovers vs Derry City prediction, preview, team news and more | League of Ireland Premier Division 2021The League of Ireland is back with another set of important matches this weekend as Shamrock Rovers take on Derry City on Friday. Both teams have been impressive this season and will want to win this game. Derry City are in fourth place in the Premier Division at the moment and have exceeded expectations this season.
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Sligo book FAI Cup semi-final date with Shamrock Rovers after shoot-out winSLIGO ROVERS WILL take on Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup semi-final this Sunday after their penalty shoot-out victory over Derry City at The Showgrounds. City missed three of their four penalties in the shoot-out, with the Bit O’Red scoring three of their four, following a scoreless 90 minutes and extra-time. The hosts were hoping to carry their end of season form into this tie, which finally took place following two date changes. Liam Buckley’s side secured fourth place on the final day of the season, and will be playing European football in 2021 should they, or Dundalk or Shamrock Rovers win the FAI Cup.
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