Sport Headlines 4th October
Cork City will learn their FAI Cup final opponents tonight.
Derry City host Dundalk at the Brandywell for their semi final replay.
They finished two all at Oriel Park on Sunday.
Kick off on Foyleside tonight is at 7.45.
In the Airtricity League Premier Division, Sligo Rovers will play host to Finn Harps at The Showgrounds.
And in the First Division, Athlone Town make the trip to face Limerick at the Markets Field.
All three games will kick-off at 7:45.
We may find out today if Harry Arter will be available for Ireland's World cup qualifier with Georgia this Thursday night.
The midfielder stayed in Bournemouth for scans on a groin injury.
James Mc Carthy is also struggling and is highly unlikely to feature.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says the World Cup could be expanded to 48 teams.
Under the idea, 16 of those sides would be knocked out in a round of one-off matches before the group stage.
He says the tournament would then revert to its current 32-team format.
In the senior football championship relegation playoff last night.
Aghada had a narrow win over Clyda Rovers, winning 2-9 to 0-14.
Maria Sharapova will find-out if she has won her appeal against a two-year ban from tennis today.
The Russian star is pleading her case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after she tested postive for the banned substance, Meldonium at this year's Australian Open.
Sharapova says that she was taking the drug, which had only recently been added to the banned list, since 2006 for medical reasons.
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