The GAA is warning supporters about a fake email scam offering hospitality tickets for Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling final between Tipperary and Kilkenny.
The Association say they don't sell hospitality packages through third-party sellers.
Just one Club GAA fixture tonight: Haven Hire Intermediate Hurling Championship Group A in Donore: Ardclough V Naas at 7.30
Wolves, Rangers and Aberdeen will bid to reach the play off round of the Europa League this evening.
Wolves are 4-0 up on Armenians Pyunik entering the second leg of their third qualifying round tie at Molinuex.
Rangers lead Danes Midtylland 4-2 going into their game at Ibrox.
Aberdeen trail Rijejka by 2 goals to nil for their second leg at Pittodrie.
Wales have made three changes for their World Cup warm up match against England in Cardiff on Saturday.
Dan Biggar comes in at fly-half, after Gareth Anscombe was ruled out of the tournament through injury.
James Davies is included in the back row, he will play a Test match alongside brother Jonathan for the first time.
Jake Ball is picked in the second row.
Rory McIlroy continues his chase for the 15 million dollar prize for winning the Fed Ex Cup today when the BMW Championship begins near Chicago this afternoon.
He’s currently third in the playoff standings.
Open champion Shane Lowry tees off later in 25th place position with the top 30 players at the end of this week's tournament advancing to the season-ending Tour Championship.
Padraig Harrington, Paul Dunne and Gavin Moynihan line up in the Czech Masters on the European Tour.
Two race cards today: Leopardstown starts at 4.50 and Tramore begins at 5.15.