Mayo are through to face Dublin or Kerry in this year's All-Ireland football final after beating Tyrone at Croke Park yesterday.
Impressive Mayo won their place in their second successive All-Ireland final by a six-point margin – 1-16 to 0-13.
Intense interest in Dublin's clash with their great rivals Kerry will bring huge crowds to Croke Park next Sunday, with a sell-out semi-final predicted.
The high stakes game will have much of the flavour of the Dublin-Kerry All-Ireland final in 2011 when the Dubs were crowned champions after Stephen Cluxton's last-minute point.
Many will remember the days of Heffo's army in the 1970s when Dublin-Kerry matches entered a golden era.
And if Dublin are Mayo's opponents, it will be hotly contested: memories are still fresh of the 2006 semi-final when Mayo players warmed up at the Dubs' traditional Hill 16 end, causing a massive storm, with the Dubs losing the tie. Throw-in next Sunday is at 3.30pm and a small amount of Nally Stand terrace tickets remain on sale online at: gaa.tickets.ie
In yesterday's semi-final, the men of Tyrone were ahead by 0-7 to 0-6 at the break.
But Mayo dominated the second half and were comfortable winners in the end.