What channel is Derry vs Armagh on? TV and live stream info for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC clash

Armagh's Rian O'Neill in action against Derry's Conor Glass during last year's Ulster SFC Final in Clones
-Credit: (Image: ©INPHO/Tom Maher)

Almost one year on from their Ulster SFC final battle, Derry and Armagh collide once more in the group stage of this year’s All-Ireland SFC.

Derry defeated Armagh on penalties last season and the Orchard County suffered a similar fate in this season’s provincial decider with Donegal beating both teams in Ulster.

While Kieran McGeeney’s men returned to winning ways last weekend with an encouraging performance against Westmeath, Mickey Harte’s Derry suffered a second successive Championship defeat when losing out to Galway in Pearse Stadium in their Group One opener.

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Gareth McKinless was also sent off for standing on Damien Comer’s leg in the first half of that five-point loss and the Ballinderry defender will miss this weekend’s game as a result while Eoin McEvoy and Conor Doherty were also absent from the Derry team in round one.

Armagh will be hoping to have Rian O’Neill back for the Derry clash but Conor O’Neill is out for the rest of the season with an Achilles injury.

Here’s more information on Derry vs Armagh and how to watch it. . ..

When and where is the game?

Derry vs Armagh is on Sunday, June 2 at Celtic Park, Derry.

What time is throw-in?

Sunday’s game starts at 4pm.

Where can I watch it?

Sunday’s game is being broadcast live on RTÉ2.

Betting odds

  • Derry 4/7

  • Draw 13/2

  • Armagh 15/8

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