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The bookmakers make Dublin 1/10 for their semi-final next weekend but prior to that the clash of Kerry and Mayo is far closer with Mayo just shading it in terms of betting.

The bookmakers make Dublin 1/10 for their semi-final next weekend but prior to that the clash of Kerry and Mayo is far closer with Mayo just shading it in terms of betting.

Going into the season, this was a pretty unheralded Kerry team, without Colm Cooper and Paul Galvin to name just a couple, and now they are 70 odd minutes away from an All-Ireland final.

With a forward line led by James O'Donoghue (pictured), Kerry could be on the verge of causing a bit of an upset and progressing to the third Sunday of September.

If Kerry can repeat some of their explosive efforts from earlier in the summer they could well send Mayo packing by 4 to 6 points at odds of 5/1. Expect plenty of scores and over 41.5 points in the game is 5/6.

It would be no surprise if O'Donoghue scores most of those scores and he is 6/1 to be named the RTé Man Of The Match.


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