We're counting down to Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final

We're counting down to Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final

Welcome to our build-up to the biggest day in the hurling calendar - Sunday's All-Ireland final between Galway and Kilkenny.

Will Cody's Cats dominate once more or are Galway finally ready to make the leap to glory?

We'll be looking at different talking points each day and bringing you infographics aplenty so you have all the facts and stats you need ahead of the game.

Just to whet the appetite, here’s Kilkenny’s path to the final…..

We're counting down to Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

…...And here’s the road Galway took to get here.

We're counting down to Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

In videos throughout the week Breakingnews.ie reporters Shaun Cronin and Peter McNamara, along with Robert O’Shea of the Evening Echo, will analyse the teams, key battlegrounds and areas of concern for both sides.

We'll also have predictions and meet a GAA club preparing to watch the game from more than 4000 miles away.

Want to get involved, or have an area you would like covered? Comment or tweet your support for your chosen side using the hashtags #BNKK or #BNGal.

Only five sleeps to go! It's gonna be epic.

We're counting down to Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final

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