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Watch - Wednesday's #OTBAM - Manchester Derby, Understanding Saracens, Donegal GAA

#OTBAM is live from 7:45am! On a busy morning, it's Dave McIntyre & Johnny Ward in the #OTBAM...



Hurling

Watch - Wednesday's #OTBAM - Manchester Derby, Understanding Saracens, Donegal GAA

#OTBAM is live from 7:45am!

On a busy morning, it's Dave McIntyre & Johnny Ward in the #OTBAM studio to run through it all.

As the Premier League title race enters its final few rounds of games, we'll be looking ahead to tonight's Manchester Derby on #OTBAM with Gary Breen.

Attempting to ascertain where Manchester United stand after Sunday's humbling defeat to Everton, Gary will cast an eye over some of those players who are currently not justifying their place at the club. Also up for discussion is the worrying potential fate of Chris Hughton's Brighton after last night's defeat to Tottenham Hotspur, and who he feels should named Player of the Year.

Figuring out what so resoundingly set Saracens apart from Munster in Saturday's Champions Cup semi-final clash, Charlie Morgan will join the lads on the line to talk through the English club. With Leinster now awaiting Owen Farrell & co. in the final, Charlie will offer his thoughts on who's to come Europe's premier side.

Also on the agenda for this morning's show is a curious case currently engulfing the GAA community in Donegal. With Naomh Colmcille set to appeal an eight-week ban for hosting an "unauthorised tournament," we'll try to get to the bottom of proceedings with Chris McNulty.

Phil Egan will join the lads in studio for a run through the morning's sports news shortly after 8:30am.

For all that and more, be sure to join us on #OTBAM via Periscope, YouTube, Facebook or OfftheBall.com from 7:45am!

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