Liam Cahill avoids four-week suspension and will be in line for Tipperary tomorrow

TIPPERARY boss Liam Cahill will be in the line for tomorrow’s Munster Championship fixture with his former team Waterford after avoiding a four-week ban.

Cahill appeared before the Central Appeals Committee (CAC) on Thursday night to challenge a proposed ban for using abusive language towards a match official.

The Premier manager was handed a red card late in Tipp’s draw with Limerick last weekend after contesting a line decision.

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Only a draw at Limerick/Cork and a defeat at Tipperary by more than five points would see blue and gold eliminated from the Championship.

And a win would secure a final Munster place against Clare.

Meanwhile, Limerick boss John Kiely has called on Peter Casey for what is a win-take-all fixture against Cork, with the underdog set to walk out of the Championship.

However, Casey was listed to start last weekend’s draw with Tipperary, but was replaced by Cathal O’Neill, who scored five points in the game.