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Watch - Monday's #OTBAM - O'Gara & Quinlan on Ireland, Liverpool blow it?

#OTBAM is live from 7:45am! With Eoin Sheahan absent this morning, Ger Gilroy will be joined in t...



Hurling

Watch - Monday's #OTBAM - O'Gara & Quinlan on Ireland, Liverpool blow it?

#OTBAM is live from 7:45am!

With Eoin Sheahan absent this morning, Ger Gilroy will be joined in the #OTBAM studio by Johnny Ward.

Heralded by many as the poor relation in this Rugby World Cup year, Ireland's Six Nations continued to slump along this weekend.

Overcoming a resilient Italy with 10-points to spare, Joe Schmidt will undoubtedly be asking himself why his charges couldn't sufficiently up the ante. Furthermore, we'll have both Alan Quinlan and Ronan O'Gara on hand this morning to ask that very question themselves.

On what seemed like a monumental Sunday for the Premier League race, Manchester United and Liverpool played out a 0-0 draw that afforded the title-chasing visitors to Old Trafford the slimmest of margins atop the league table.

While Chelsea succumbed in somewhat strange circumstances to Manchester City on penalties in the League Cup Final, we'll have Daniel Harris on the line this morning to discuss his findings from the weekend's action, and whether or not Liverpool can reignite their season in the closing months.

With Johnny on-hand, there will be also be a look ahead to this evening's League of Ireland action, where Shamrock Rovers are set to make the journey onto Dublin's north side for a feisty tie with Bohemians.

Darren Cleary will join Ger and Johnny in studio shortly after 8:30am for a round-up of the morning's sport stories.

So, for all that and more be sure to tune into #OTBAM from 7:45am this morning via Twitter, YouTube, Facebook or OfftheBall.com.

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