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We’re down to the last two in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship as Kerry prepare to face Galway in the final.
A thrilling semi-finals weekend saw Kerry edge past Dublin thanks to Seán O’Shea’s dramatic late free, while Hawkeye controversy overshadowed Galway’s defeat of Derry.
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Kerry last lifted the Sam Maguire Cup in 2014 and are bidding to add a record-extending 38th title to their trophy cabinet. Meanwhile, Galway are gunning for their 10th success and this will be their first appearance in the final for 21 years. It’s also a repeat of the 2000 final when the two teams forced a replay, which was won by the Green and Gold.
All the key details about the All-Ireland Football final between Kerry and Galway including the date, throw-in time and Paddy Power’s match odds can be found below.
Kerry v Galway Date
The All-Ireland Football final between Kerry and Galway is scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 24 at Croke Park, Dublin.
Kerry v Galway Throw-In Time
The Kerry v Galway All-Ireland Football final throw-in time has been set for 15:30.
Kerry v Galway Odds
Kerry are the hot favourites to win the All-Ireland Football final while Galway are the rank outsiders. You can see the latest odds for Kerry v Galway on the Paddy Power website or via our snazzy widgets below.
Kerry v Galway Tips
Kerry great and Paddy ambassador Aidan O’Mahony has delivered his prediction ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland Football…
“It’s been a bit strange having the other final in July but it’s huge for both teams. I think the build up’s been a bit quiet but it’s been huge down here. The last time Kerry won the All Ireland was 2014 and I was lucky enough to be part of that group.
“It was a hard fought All Ireland, no different to this year’s I suppose. There was a lot of talk about this group, they finally got the Dublin monkey off their back and every year down here you’re judged on winning the All Ireland.
“That’s not being arrogant, it’s just the way it is. If you don’t win it it feels like a failure and it was no different in my time. It’s a huge game for both teams but I think it’s a game that Kerry can get over the line.
“Anytime you beat Dublin you’re going to go in as favourites but we’re always cautious down here in Kerry about finals, they can go any way, they have a life of their own. I think Kerry will win the game by three or four points so Kerry (-4) on the handicap would be my pick.”
Aidan’s also backing a 4/1 fancy that you can check out by clicking the link to his exclusive tipping column below.
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