GAA Tips: Aidan O’Mahony’s Sunday NFL Finals best bets

Kerry great Aidan O’Mahony is backing his old side to get the job done.

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Paddy Power’s GAA Ambassador Aidan O’Mahony takes a look at Sunday’ action on NFL Finals weekend. He picks out a double from Galway v Roscommon and Kerry v Mayo.

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1:45pm: Galway v Roscommon

Roscommon beat Galway last weekend by five points but Galway were without a few key players. Padraic Joyce will be treating this game as their first Championship game of the season. There won’t be much in it and Roscommon will fancy their chances of getting another win.

Galway will have a few top players back so I fancy them to get over the line and get the win. However, it might only be by 1-3 points.

Shane Walsh has been one of the players of the season so far so if you’re looking for a Goalscorer bet, he’s your man! I’m siding with Walsh to be the First Goalscorer on Sunday.

Sunday 4pm: Kerry v Mayo

These two teams have had different ideologies in the league this season, with Kerry keeping the same side mostly and Mayo making plenty of changes.

Kerry won’t be happy with the Tyrone loss last time out and Jack O’Connor will see this as their first big Championship game of the year.

For Kerry, a lot depends on the firepower and also what side Mayo put out. I’m siding with Kerry to Win and I fancy them to win by 1-3 Points.

Mayo had a huge win last time out but it’s hard to go against Kerry, especially with Mayo’s injury worries.

I also like David Clifford to be the First Goalscorer. He’s been great this season and if he starts, he’s got a great chance of scoring.

GAA tips today:

Galway v Roscommon:
Galway to Win
Shane Walsh to be the First Goalscorer

Kerry v Mayo:
Kerry to Win by 1-3 Points
David Clifford to be the First Goalscorer

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