Nearly half of respondents feel it will be a replica of the 2022 semi-finals where Limerick and Kilkenny came through their respective ties.
The public have been asked and they think that a Limerick and Kilkenny rematch in the All-Irelnad final is the most likely outcome ahead of this weekend’s semis.
On Saturday, Limerick face Galway for the third time in four years while Kilkenny and Clare face off as they did 12 months ago.
In a poll conducted by Sporting Limerick, nearly half of respondents feel it will be a replica of the 2022 semi-finals where Limerick and Kilkenny (48.4%) came through their respective ties.
The second most popular option was that of Limerick and Clare (37.5%) which would be a third meeting of the sides following a pair of epics in Munster.
Just 14% of those asked think Limerick will not make the decider for the fourth successive year with the meeting of Clare and Galway (9.3%) the likely outcome in tasty scenario.
A Leinster final rematch of Galway and Kilkenny (4.4%) was the least voted option.
Limerick and Galway throws in this Saturday at 6pm while the clash of Kilkenny and Clare is down for 4pm on Sunday afternoon.
Check out the Sporting Limerick website for more ahead of this weekend’s semi-finals!
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