Tyrone to beat Kildare (All Ireland Football Qualifiers)
The pick of the Qualifiers sees National League runners-up Tyrone visit a Kildare side who had an impressive league campaign but performed badly against Dublin in the Leinster Championship. The Red Hands have had two league victories over Kildare this year and the return of Stephen O’Neill should ensure victory yet again.
Wexford to beat Laois (All Ireland Football Qualifiers)
After their disappointing loss to Meath, Wexford did well to get past a dogged Longford side, eventually prevailing after extra time. Laois have eased through the Qualifiers so far, racking up big scores along the way, however, both outings have been against Division 4 sides. Wexford will be a major step up in class and home advantage should prove decisive.
Mayo to beat London (Connacht Senior Football Final)
London have reached their first ever Connacht final but are major underdogs here against an excellent Mayo side who are rightfully odds-on to lift the JJ Nestor Cup. The Exiles will not lack in effort but the reigning Connacht champions have proved their class in the province this year overpowering Galway and Roscommon on their way to the decider.
Donegal to beat Monaghan (Ulster Senior Football Final)
Donagal are going for their third Ulster title in a row, and with Karl Lacey back fit, they are heavily fancied to succeed. Jim McGuinness’ team may have struggled for long periods against Down in their semi final but Colm McFadden produced a Man of the Match performance to get them over the line. They should flourish against Monahgan who just squeezed past Cavan in the Ulster semi final.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.