Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he’s not sure how Manchester City will react to their Champions League exit this week.
Their Premier League title rivals were knocked out in a dramatic quarter-final against Tottenham – who they meet in the early Premier League game tomorrow.
Klopp isn’t sure how the nature of the defeat will impact domestic matters.
Waterford F-C say they will appeal UEFA’s decision not to grant them a license to play in next season’s Europa League.
A club must be in existence for three-years to compete in Europe, but the Blues’ management company wasn’t formed until late 2016.
The club’s owner Lee Power says the decision will have a serious financial impact on their future.
In a statement today he has also heavily criticised the F-A-I and has called for an investigation into their handling of the affair.
He claims the association misled them and gave them ‘assurances’ throughout a five month process that the licence would be granted’.
1st and 2nd meet in the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division tonight as Derry City and Shamrock Rovers’ clash at the Brandywell goes ahead.
Third-place Bohemians host U-C-D in a Dublin derby at Dalymount Park while there’s an all Munster clash between Waterford and Cork City at the R-S-C.
Defending champions Dundalk host Finn Harps at Oriel Park and St Pat’s and Sligo meet at Richmond Park.
All of those games kick off at 7.45.
Munster have been dealt a major set back ahead of their Champions Cup semi-final against the Saracens tomorrow.
Irish winger Keith Earls has failed to recover in time from a thigh injury and will miss the clash.
The Red Army have lost their last six semi-finals in Europe and Captain Peter O’Mahony knows a win tomorrow will require a huge performance:
Johnny Sexton meanwhile is set to captain Leinster for the first time this calendar year in their semi-final against Toulouse at the Aviva on Sunday.
Shane Lowry is in a six-way tie for the lead on day two of the R-B-C Heritage.
The Offaly man has just teed off from 6 under par.
Waterford’s Seamus Power then is on 3 under after 17 holes of today’s round.
Graeme McDowell will be out from the same score in 40 minutes.