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Preview: Allianz HL D1A - Tipperary v Kilkenny
Saturday March 11
Allianz Hurling League Division 1A
Tipperary v Kilkenny, Semple Stadium, 7pm, Live on eir Sport
Two Allianz Hurling League defeats in February has never been a cause for alarm in Kilkenny, but there was a sense of satisfaction with how Brian Cody's outfit responded at Nowlan Park against Cork last Sunday.
The most important fact of all was that two points were safely deposited in their account with Saturday's trip to Thurles another attractive fixture.
Tipperary's clinical start to the campaign includes fine wins over Dublin, Waterford, and Clare, but a pumped up striped team provide the opposition.
Last September's All Ireland Final is still etched in some Kilkenny minds so this promises to be tasty.
The depth of top inter-county panels is a hot topic and Cody has used the three fixtures so far to offer some emerging players an audition.
How they cope at Semple Stadium against a physical, but polished Tipperary will be monitored closely by Cody.
Tipp have quietly released a few young hurlers too with Steven O'Brien making a significant impact, especially when it truly mattered against Clare.
A competent footballer, O'Brien opted to concentrate solely on hurling and is being afforded an opportunity this Spring.
So far the results have been positive for the DCU student, who has enjoyed a couple of productive outings.
Waterford and Clare defeated Kilkenny meaning Cody was encouraged by how his panel performed when beating Cork.
"I'm happy," was Cody's verdict following that triumph. "In the first half there was nothing in it. In the second half we were good. We worked very hard and did well.
"It's the first win for us. Getting the two points was the object of the exercise, so we're glad of that for sure."
Reaching the knockout stages of the competition is still Kilkenny's brief according to Cody. "I said after the last match the objective was to make the quarter-finals," Cody stated.
"It's very hard to get points in this League, so if we'd gone away from this game with no points, then we'd be facing a real serious battle. The battle is still there, but it's comforting to have two points."
Ryan's diligent work with Tipp is being rewarded with victories and he is enthused by the recent displays. "The panel is the reason why we've gathered these wins over the past number of weeks.
"They are very competitive, the really do push each other and bring the best out of each other.
"That couple of wins that we've picked up over the last couple of weeks have given us a little bit of a cushion to allow us try these guys, and there have been other years here where you're thinking about trying to survive, to get a win, and you don't get the opportunity to use your panel."
Tipperary, who have been inspired by John McGrath and John O'Dwyer, are continuing to experiment, but Kilkenny always provide a stern test.