The All-Ireland SFC semi-final weekend pits Leinster champions Dublin and Munster champions Kerry at headquarters as Gaelic football’s greatest rivalry is renewed. Here’s everything you need to know about the game.
Where and when is it running?
Sunday’s game will be played at Dublin’s Croke Park with a throw-in at 3.30pm.
What’s new from the team?
We’ll bring you team news from both camps as soon as it’s released.
Where can I see the game?
The game will be broadcast on RTE One from 2:25 p.m. and on Sky Sports Arena from 3:00 p.m. It will be streamed via RTE Player and the Sky Go app.
What can I read and hear on Independent.ie?
“Contrary to the prevailing narrative that semi-finals are there to win and to hell with their artistic merit, some of Dublin and Kerry’s most iconic clashes took place in the penultimate period.”
Frank Roche has looked back at some of the epic semifinals the pair have produced in the past.
“Away from last week’s disciplinary battles, it’s time to weigh up this weekend’s semi-finals and Sam’s ultimate goal.”
Irish independent columnist and two-time Ulster title winner Dick Clerkin has given his predictions for this weekend’s two semi-finals, as has Tommy Conlon.
“The melee gave them a new thing, and if they wanted to waste the big lead, it all went away with Comer gouging.‘
In her Sunday Independent columns, Colm O’Rourke reported on Galway and how they were electrified by what happened in their quarter-final against Armagh, while Joe Brolly spoke about where he felt the responsibility lay.
Donnchadh Boyle also has his regular weekend roundup for you.
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Vincent Hogan and John Mullane join Will Slattery and Michael Verney this week to discuss the hurling semifinals and take a look at the final between Limerick and Kilkenny.
He also gives his take on the soccer championship on Philly McMahon’s weekly show. In this episode, Philly addresses the glaring incident, Joe Brolly’s comments, and the Twitter trolls who called Philly.
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What are the match odds?
Kerry is favorite at 4/5 with the dubs 11/8. The tie after 70 minutes is 7/1, with the Kingdom 4/6 to reach the final and Dublin 11/10.
What do the managers say?
We bring you quotes from both camps when they face the press later in the week.
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