The change is in order to allow for three matches at Croke Park on Sunday with the two minor hurling semi finals down for decision after the draw yesterday between Kilkenny and Galway. The other minor match also sees Tipperary in action when they take on Dublin. Former All Ireland winner with Tipperary Michael Cleary says that the time between competitive games will not hamper the Premier’s chances for senior semi final. It’s been five weeks since Tipp defeated Waterford in the Munster final and training has been going well for Eamon O’Shea’s charges since then.The Premier County will take on Galway in Croke Park this Sunday….current champions Kilkenny booked their place in the final yesterday with a win over Waterford. Galway have some momentum going into the game after defeating Cork in the All Ireland quarter final.Former Tipperary star forward Michael Cleary believes the five week lay off won’t affect Tipperary’s performanceTipp will take on the tribesmen on Sunday at 4 o’clock in Croke Park….ahead of that match, it’s the turn of the minors who are playing Dublin in the Minor hurling semi final…that throws in at 2 while the replay of the other minor semi final between Galway and Kilkenny gets underway at 12 noon.