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TENSIONS are mounting ahead of the Dublin/Donegal clash in Croke Park tomorrow but confidence on both sides is high.

Dubliners have been also been gearing up for the semi-final clash all week and confidence from supporters in the boys in blue is soaring ahead of the semi-final.

The clash between the two teams has true blue fans ironing their jerseys across the city and county.

Model Lisa Nolan has been a GAA fanatic since her camogie days.

"I'm 100pc confident that the Dubs will do it," she said.

"And not just because I have to say that," she joked.

Love for the boys in blue runs in the model's family.

"My whole family are big GAA fans so we grew up with it," she said.

Stunning Lisa will be watching the game at home so she can make sure to drag her boyfriend, former Fade Street star Harry McCreery, away from the soccer.

"I'll have to stay close to make sure he watches the GAA," the 24-year-old said.

Both teams met in a semi-final clash three years ago with Dublin progressing to the All-Ireland final where they took possession of Sam Maguire after beating Kerry.

Donegal beauty Michelle Doherty is busy looking after newborn Max but the London-based star will be cheering on her home county from across the water.

The former Xpose presenter wants to see a Donegal versus Kerry final and is confident that Donegal will emerge victorious over the All-Ireland champions this weekend.

"Here's to a Donegal-Kerry All-Ireland final. Tensions will be high in our house that day," the 36-year-old told the Herald.

As one of Donegal's most famous exports, the presenter and model sent her best wishes to the team ahead of the game.