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See our Privacy Notice Munster champions Kerry will take on Connacht champions Galway in the All-Ireland football final this Sunday, in their eighth encounter in the last stage of the competition. After Sean O'Shea made the difference for Kerry in a closely contested semi-final against Dublin, the Kingdom are favoured to take home the Sam Maguire Cup against Galway, who made it to their first final since the Tribesmen won it over 20 years ago.
Here is everything you need to know before the match. The football final between Kerry and Galway is set for 3. Anyone heading to the venue that day can expect nice weather with temperatures of up to 21C, though some light rain might be expected around 4pm. What channel is it on?
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The league campaign was a great success until they stumbled at the end with consecutive disappointing losses against provincial rival Roscommon. These defeats put their championship prospects into question. They answered these questions resoundingly by travelling to McHale Park and beating Mayo and later getting revenge on Roscommon after an impressive performance to win the Connacht title. Armagh awaited them in the quarter final who were the most in-form team in the country at the time, given the manner of their victories over Tyrone and Donegal in the qualifiers.
The Tribesmen played most of the better football in that game as they accumulated a six-point lead going into injury time. What happened next were some of the most unbelievable events in modern football. Galway imploded as Armagh floated high balls into the Galway goal area. These balls were more kicked in hope than expectation. Yet, Galway had no answer as panic overcame their defensive unit.
Despite blowing a six point lead in injury time Galway did not let this affect them going into extra time. They showed remarkable composure to force penalties despite falling behind thanks to another calamity under the high ball. Many teams would have crumbled given the events that had just transpired in the cauldron of a packed Croke Park.
Galway did not. In what was the first ever championship game to be decided by penalties, the Tribesmen were remarkably composed. However, in terms of tactics Derry posed a completely different test. But this is a Galway team that are happy to set up in whatever way they feel is necessary to give them the best chance at winning. This led to a cagey and low-scoring first half. In the second half they unleashed their attacking firepower.
They launched marauding attack after attack that Derry struggled to resist. The Annaghdown man scored two crucial goals that lifted Galway to a comfortable victory in the end. This is where the game will likely be won and lost. Kerry have the most lethal full-forward line in the country. The sight of David Clifford, undoubtedly the best footballer in the country right now, would put the fear of God into any full-back line. Kerry not only have David Clifford but also his all-star brother Paudie Clifford and former all-star forward Paul Geaney to terrorise opposing defenders.
Unfortunately for Galway their full-back line is arguably their biggest weakness. This weakness was exposed against Armagh in injury time and then again in extra-time. Armagh were desperate to get themselves back into the game and began to pump high long balls into the square. It is very rare in gaelic football that you see these tactics work when the defending team knows they are coming.
Yet Galway had no answers for the long ball. A mixture of panic, poor defending and poor goalkeeping gifted Armagh two goals that should have never been conceded. After their previous success in injury time with the tactic, Armagh went back to the well again in extra-time and kicked another high ball into the Galway goal mouth. Once again they found success as another Galway blunder gifted them yet another goal. Fortunately for Galway they were somehow able to survive that day.
For whatever reason, Derry decided not to test Galway under the high ball despite their numerous calamities against Armagh. Expect Kerry to test them under the high ball early and often. Advantage: Kerry The Midfield Battle Whoever wins the battle in the middle of the pitch will go a long way to determining the winner of the game. Even though Galway might be underdogs they will fancy themselves to give Kerry a lot of trouble in midfield.
Kerry will pair David Moran along side Jack Barry. Meanwhile, Galway will have the experience of Paul Conroy and the youth of Cillian McDaid at the number eight and nine spots. I would expect Moran and Conroy to be matched up against each other and I would fancy Conroy to get the better of that matchup. From a Kerry perspective, Moran still offers elite kick passing into the forward lines and this could prove difficult for Galway to defend, particularly when Kerry are on the counter-attack and space is aplenty.
Jack Barry will likely be tasked with keeping track of Cillian McDaid which will make for a very difficult job. RTE's coverage starts at 2. TG4 will show the minor match live from What they said Dublin manager Jim Gavin: "All I'm interested in is the players trying to be their best. I've never looked in the past for any motivation, and that's even internally.
The team is very humble. The players have a great drive to represent their county, clubs, communities, parishes, their families, their mums and dads to the best of their ability, to try and build on legacies that have been left by the team - be it '53, '63 or the '70s, or '83 or '95 teams.
A lot of fellas retired, last year, or this year, and fellas had walked away the previous year. Added to that, you had Jonathan Lyne who came back in, Jack Sherwood who came back in and Tommy Walsh who came back in.
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Sep 27, · The Dromid Pearses clubman stepped down as manager of Kildare earlier this month despite leading the Lilywhites to the Leinster Final and will now seek to replicate previous successes in charge of the Kingdom, where he oversaw three All-Ireland Senior Football titles between and Kerry saw their All-Ireland hopes dashed at the semi. Highlights of The GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final Game between Dublin and Kerry. 1 day ago · The All-Ireland football odds make for interesting reading with our odds makers deeming it more or less a two-horse race. All-Ireland champions Kerry are 6/4 to retain their crown and for the quality of that side those odds don’t look bad at all. Dublin are second in the betting at odds of 2/1 to dethrone the Kingdom.