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Aidan O’Shea (pictured) and Mark Ronaldson are Mayo’s top scorers from open play in their four League games, each scoring 1-6.

Aidan O’Shea (pictured) and Mark Ronaldson are Mayo’s top scorers from open play in their four League games, each scoring 1-6.

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Aidan O’Shea (pictured) and Mark Ronaldson are Mayo’s top scorers from open play in their four League games, each scoring 1-6.

1 They are the only side to have remained in Division 1 every year since 1999. They finished in the top four 11 times in that period.

2 They are the only side to reach the Division 1 semi-finals in each of the last three seasons.

3 Results from the last 10 League and Championship games between Mayo and Dublin are as follows: Dublin 4, Mayo 4; Draws 2.

4 Mayo have scored at least one goal in each of their last nine League games and two or more in seven of them. Their total goal haul from the nine games is 18.

5 Mayo beat Dublin by 0-20 to 0-8 in the last League clash between the counties in Castlebar in 2012.

6 Robert Hennelly, David Clarke and Kenneth O'Malley have shared the goalkeeping duties in Mayo's previous four League games, with Hennelly getting the start for tonight's fifth outing.

7 Aidan O'Shea and Mark Ronaldson are Mayo's top scorers from open play in their four League games, each scoring 1-6.

8 Mayo's League record since the start of the 2010 season reads: Played 44; Won 22, Drew 2, Lost 20.

9 Mayo have won six and lost four of their last 10 home League games.

10 Cork (away) and Donegal (home) are Mayo's opponents in the final two rounds of the League.

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