What channel is Antrim v Cavan on? TV and live stream info for Saturday’s game 

Corrigan Park or nowhere? Corrigan Park it is for Saturday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final meeting between Antrim and Cavan.

The Saffrons will have home advantage in the provincial series for the first time since losing out to Monaghan in Casement Park.

With the redevelopment of their Andersonstown Road home repeatedly stalled, Antrim will host the Breffnimen in the more intimate surroundings of Corrigan Park, on the Whiteroad Road.

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After undergoing a £ 1M facelift during the pandemic, the home of St John’s GAC will cater for around 4,000 spectators on Saturday afternoon.

The challenge for Antrim is to now deliver a performance befitting of the occasion and that will be no easy task.

Having failed in their bid to gain promotion from Division Three, they’ll be joined in the third tier next season by Cavan after Mickey Graham’s side claimed the Division Four title with a narrow win over Tipperary.

The victors will progress to an Ulster semi-final battle with the winners of Sunday’s tie between Donegal and Armagh. The losers, in contrast, will go into the inaugural Tailteann Cup later this season.

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

When and where is the game?

Antrim v Cavan is on Saturday, April 23 in Corrigan Park in Belfast

What time is throw-in?

Saturday’s game starts at 2pm.

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 Saturday’s game.

Betting odds

  • Antrim 9/4

  • Draw 15/2

  • Cavan 4/9

Belfast Live Sport best bet

Tomas McCann (Antrim) first goal-scorer 11/1

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