There will be a sea of red flowing towards Dublin on Sunday as Cork hurling fans make their way to Croke Park to take on fierce Munster rivals Waterford in the All-Ireland semi-final.
The prize at stake is a place in the Championship decider against Galway on September 3 and Cork are the bookies' favourites at 8/11 to reach the final The Rebels are aiming for their 31st All-Ireland title and their first since 2005.
The match will throw in at 3.30pm and for those unable to make it to the capital, the game is screened live on RTÉ and Sky Sports.
Before the senior game, the Cork Minor panel will face Dublin in their semi final.
Rebels coach Denis Ring has named an unchanged 15 from the side that beat Clare in the Munster Final last month and hopes are high for a Rebel double on Sunday.