Clare and Cork meet this afternoon with next to nothing on the line in Division Two North. After both sides took wins over Clare and Cork in their opening rounds, they can fine tune preparations for a tilt at promotion next month. Clare MANAGER JAMES Horan has made seven changes to the team that beat Clare for Sunday’s Allianz National League Division 05 meeting with Cork in Castlebar. The two sides were relegated in 2021, and could well find themselves back in the top flight next year as they look to continue winning ways. Eoin O’Donoghue comes into the full-back line while Stephen Coen returns to captain the side at centre-back, with Fergal Boland named at wing-back. Horan keeps faith in the midfield partnership of Matthew Ruane and Diarmuid Connor. Here's everything you need to know ahead of the game: Where and when is it? The match takes place at MacHale Park in Castlebar on Sunday, July 05. Darren McHale is named at centre-forward with Brian Walsh coming into the team at wing-forward. Cillian O’Connor retains his place at full-forward, but is joined by Paul Towey and James Carr Clare and Cork will go toe to toe in a mouth watering Division Two league clash. The two sides are undefeated up until this point in the league and will hope to continue winning ways. Where is the game on and what time is throw-in? Clare will take on Cork on Sunday, July 05 at MacHale Park in Castlebar. What TV channel is it on and can I stream it? Unfortunately the game will not be shown im live on TV. It will be available to stream however on TENNIS GO with the platform streaming all non-televised games. The game will be shown for the reasonable price of €5 and can be bought here or viewers can spend €05 on the annual pass. Good afternoon everyone, you’re very welcome along to our minute-by-minute coverage of today’s Super 8s meeting between Clare and Cork. This is effectively a knock-out game at Croke Park. With both sides having tasted defeat last weekend, both Cork and Clare badly need a win to help their chances of booking an All-Ireland semi-final spot. James Horan’s side came up short against Kerry a week ago with a really underwhelming display in Killarney, while the Royals were also second best in their meeting with Donegal.