It is Manchester derby day and Leinster play Gloucester
The 189th Manchester derby kicks off today's Premier League action.
Man City know a win will move them to within two points of leaders Arsenal.
United will go up to third in the table if they can register a ninth successive victory in all competitions.
𝗠𝗔𝗡𝗖𝗛𝗘𝗦𝗧𝗘𝗥 𝗗𝗘𝗥𝗕𝗬 1️⃣8️⃣9️⃣— Manchester City (@ManCity) January 14, 2023
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Liverpool will be looking for their first success of 2023 when they travel to Brighton at 3.00.
Bottom side Southampton visit fellow strugglers Everton.
West Ham will replace Wolves in the relegation zone if the Hammers loose at Molineux
Nottingham Forest host Leicester at the City Ground
Brentford host Bournemouth in the late game.
Leeds were beaten 2-1 at Aston Villa last night.
Celtic continue the defence of the Scottish League Cup with a semi-final clash against Kilmarnock at Hampden Park this evening.
Naas' Jamie Osborne will make his first Champions Cup start when Leinster play Gloucester at Kingsholm at 1 o’clock.
Eadestown's Jimmy O'Brien also starts.
Leo Cullen’s men are aiming to make it 15 wins from 15 this season.
🌧️ | A dreary auld morning here in Kingsholm with wind and rain a’plenty…— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) January 14, 2023
Wrap up warm for those traveling. And if you were traveling light, there’s a Tesco down the road. 🧥#GLOvLEI pic.twitter.com/XR1R8n0gV4
Conor Murray and Keith Earls have been dropped for Munster's game against Northampton at Thomond Park.
Joey Carbery and Tadhg Beirne will start.
That kicks off at 3.15.
Ulster are away to Champions La Rochelle this evening.
The AIL returns after the Christmas break this weekend
Naas travell to play Buccaneers in Athlone at 2.30.
Keith Doyle scored 2-2 last night as Roscommon booked their place in a ninth consecutive FBD League final.
The Rossies were 3-17 to 2-13 winners over Sligo at the Air Dome.
The same venue hosts this evening’s second semi-final, with Galway and Mayo throwing in at 5.30.
Kingspan Breffni hosts the first of this weekend’s semi-finals in the Dr. McKenna Cup.
Cavan take on Tyrone from 5pm.
Tipperary and Limerick do battle for a place in the McGrath Cup final this afternoon.
Their Group B encounter has been moved to Fethard where throw-in is at 2.
Galway can take a significant step towards the Walsh Cup final if they beat Dublin this evening at Parnell Park.
Westmeath and Antrim are both trying to keep their respective hopes alive when they face off in Abbotstown.
Croke Park hosts both the Junior and Intermediate Club Hurling finals this evening.
First up, Ballygiblin of Cork face Sligo’s Easkey in the Junior decider from 5.
And the Intermediate final pits Limerick’s Monaleen against Tooreen of Mayo.
Ireland are looking to keep alive their T20 series with Zimbabwe in Harare today.
The hosts lead following a five-wicket victory on Thursday.
Play gets underway at 11am.
It’s semi-finals day at The Masters.
First up at Alexandra Palace Mark Williams takes on Jack Lisowski.
The evening session sees Judd Trump face Stuart Bingham.
There’s a seven-race card at Fairyhouse this afternoon, with the first off just before 12.30.
🐎 12 declared for the Dan & Joan Moore Memorial H'cap S'chase on Saturday including Epson Du Houx, Battleoverdoyen and Castlegrace Paddy— FairyhouseRacecourse (@Fairyhouse) January 12, 2023
📄 Full list of declarations – https://t.co/Gqbwv5lFKL
🌱 Going - Going - Soft to Heavy
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