They meet in the championship for the first time since 2013 when Wexford won an All Ireland qualifier by 2-16 0-20 in Innovate Wexford Park. Jack Guiney scored 0-11 for Wexford while David English was Carlow’s top scorer on 0-10.
Having lost their first three games, Carlow must win to have any chance of avoiding being relegated to Joe McDonagh Cup level next year. Even if they win, they would require Kilkenny to beat Wexford in the last round to avoid the drop after one season at Liam MacCarthy Cup level.
Wexford have their last two games at home against Carlow next Sunday and against Kilkenny on Saturday week.
Not much to look at here, Wexford are an unbackable 1/25 and Carlow are best price 14/1 with ladbrokes
Wexford can be backed at -11 at 8/11 with Boylesports, you can back Carlow +13 at 8/11 with Boylesports.
No points totals are out but we would expect something around under/over 44.5 points.
The weather is due to clear around 7pm, so expect plenty of goals and over the 44.5 points.
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We will have comments on Friday
It will be very important for Wexford to improve their scoring difference so we could see them winning by 15 or 16 points so expect them to cover the -11.