Get all your news in one place.
100’s of premium titles.
One app.
Start reading
Belfast Live
Belfast Live
Paddy Tierney

Derry vs Monaghan: TV and live streaming info for Sunday’s Ulster SFC semi-final

Derry haven’t reached the Ulster SFC final in more than a decade and it is two since they’ve won the Anglo Celt Cup. They’ll be hoping to change the first of those unwanted records this Sunday when they take on Monaghan in the provincial semi-final.

Donegal have already booked their place in the decider with a hard-earned six-point win over Cavan in last Sunday’s first semi-final in Clones.

Monaghan claimed a facile 0-23 to 2-7 win over Down at St Tiernach’s Park in their quarter-final clash, but the biggest upset of the Championship thus far came 24 hours later.

Read more: Croke Park or Carrick-on-Shannon? It doesn't matter to us says Tyrone U20 boss

Tyrone bowed out of the provincial series in tame fashion after the Oak Leafers inflicted an 11-point defeat on the All-Ireland champions in Omagh.

The challenge for Rory Gallagher’s men is to replicate that performance against the Farney this weekend.

Monaghan lost out to the Red Hands by a single point in last year’s Ulster final and played in successive Ulster finals between 2013 and 2015, winning two.

Derry last won Ulster in 1998 and haven’t featured in the decider since 2011, but their impressive win over Tyrone suggests they’re ready to take the next step.

Here's more info on Sunday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship clash and how to watch it…

When and where is the game?

Derry vs Monaghan is on Sunday, May 15 at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.

What time is throw-in?

Sunday’s game starts at 4pm.

Where can I watch it?

BBC2 NI will be broadcasting the game live.

Any other coverage?

Belfast Live Sport will be Live blogging all the action from Sunday’s game.

Betting odds

  • Derry 11/8

  • Draw 7/1

  • Monaghan 4/5

Belfast Live Sport best bet

  • Conor McManus (Monaghan) first goal-scorer 15/2

Read more: Down football in disarray as Caolan Mooney becomes the fifth player to depart

Read more: 'I see sports as the last great frontier for LGBTQ equality', says local drag artist

Sign up to our free sports newsletter to get the latest headlines to your inbox.

Sign up to read this article
Read news from 100’s of titles, curated specifically for you.
Already a member? Sign in here
Related Stories
Top stories on inkl right now
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Already a member? Sign in here
Our Picks
Fourteen days free
Download the app
One app. One membership.
100+ trusted global sources.