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Monday, March 18 Allianz Hurling League Division IA Kilkenny v Waterford, Nowlan Park, 2pm (Deferred coverage on TG4)
Brian Cody leads Kilkenny into their third Allianz League game of the year on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon in Nowlan Park, and the Cats find themselves in unfamiliar territory for the visit of Waterford.
Bottom of the Division IA table and on zero points after two matches, anything less than a win at home to the Déise would leave Kilkenny in serious relegation trouble, which would have been seen as an unthinkable prospect for the reigning Allianz League and All-Ireland champions before the competition started three weeks ago.
However, to say not too much should be read into Kilkenny's current position is quite the understatement. Firstly, their two defeats so far were narrow losses in very competitive games to Galway and Tipperary respectively. In neither game were they outhurled, and lost by a combined total of three points in the two games. Also Galway and Tipperary are probably Kilkenny's closest two challengers in the overall national hurling pyramid, so competitive, tight games are usually the order of the day.
Waterford come to Nowlan Park in healthy shape. They have picked up three points from four so far, courtesy of their opening round win over Clare and last Sunday's 0-15 to 1-12 draw at home to Cork. However, Michael Ryan has a number of injury concerns ahead of the game.
"I'm a little bit concerned about Darragh Fives, his hamstring was a little bit tight and we took him off (against Cork). Maurice Shanahan will probably benefit a little bit from playing as will Shane Walsh and a couple more young fellas on the bench. I would say that Noel Connors is probably out of the Kilkenny game." Another man who won't be available to Ryan is Richie Foley, who has just undergone hip surgery and is facing a three-month spell of recuperation.
Kilkenny remain without a large cohort of their top players through injury, Henry Shefflin, TJ Reid and Michael Rice among them. Nonetheless, Cody remains optimistic that Kilkenny can still make the semi-finals.
"We want to do well in the league. We still hope to make the latter stages," he said. "We are at the bottom of the league. Now we have to start climbing our way back up. We will be going for a win against Waterford. If we don't get it, our chances in the league would most likely be gone."