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Dublin and Kerry fans pack out Croke Park in September 2019. The teams meet again in the All-Ireland semi-final next weekend. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Dublin and Kerry fans pack out Croke Park in September 2019. The teams meet again in the All-Ireland semi-final next weekend. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Dublin and Kerry fans pack out Croke Park in September 2019. The teams meet again in the All-Ireland semi-final next weekend. Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

It's All-Ireland SFC semi-finals weekend with Leinster champions Dublin up against Munster champions Kerry at Headquarters as Gaelic football's greatest rivalry is renewed. Here’s all you need to know about the game.

Where and when is it on?

Sunday’s match takes place at Croke Park in Dublin with a 3.30pm throw-in.

What’s the team news?

We'll bring you team news from both camps as soon as it's released.

Where can I watch the game?

The match is being shown on RTE One from 2.25pm and Sky Sports Arena from 3.00pm. It will be streamed through the RTE Player and the Sky Go app.

What can I read about and listen to on Independent.ie?

'They were a team possibly nearing the end but there was one more sting in them. Does that sound familiar?'

Ciarán Whelan believes the Dubs can take inspiration from Kerry's hammering of his Dublin team back in 2009.

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'Contrary to the prevailing narrative that semi-finals are for winning and to hell with their artistic merit, some of the most iconic clashes of Dublin and Kerry have come at the penultimate stage.'

Frank Roche has looked back at some of the epic semi-finals the pair have produced in the past.

'Away from the past week’s disciplinary wranglings, it is time to weigh up this weekend’s semi-finals, and the ultimate destination of Sam.'

Irish Independent columnist and two-time Ulster title winner Dick Clerkin has giving his predictions for both of this weekend's semi-finals, as has Tommy Conlon.

'The melee gave them a new cause and if they were down about squandering that big lead, it all disappeared with the gouging of Comer.'

In their Sunday Independent columns, Colm O'Rourke covered Galway and how they were galvanised by what happened at full-time in their quarter-final with Armagh, while Joe Brolly had his say on where he believes the responsibility lies.

Donnchadh Boyle also has his regular weekend wrap-up for you.

For the latest on all the GAA action you can listen to The Throw-In podcast.

Vincent Hogan and John Mullane join Will Slattery and Michael Verney on this week’s edition to discuss the hurling semi finals and to look ahead to the Limerick v Kilkenny final.

Plus on Philly McMahon’s weekly show he gives his take on the Football Championship. This episode sees Philly join Sinéad Kissane and the Irish Independent’s Conor McKeon to preview the weekend semis. He explains how the Dubs can get at the Kerry defence and also how he would approach marking David Clifford.

For more from The Throw-In visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

What are the match odds?

Kerry are favourites at 4/5 with the Dubs 11/8. The draw after 70 minutes is 7/1., with the Kingdom 4/6 to make the final and Dublin 11/10.

What are the managers saying?

We'll bring you quotes from both camps once they face the press later in the week.


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