GAA Super Bonus Acca: Cork given the nod in Munster final
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Here are our four match previews for Sunday’s games.
Cork have home advantage against Limerick as the two get set to contest one of the highlights of the Irish sporting calendar.
The hosts will be looking to avenge last year’s final defeat to the Treaty Men, having lost out by nine-points in a match where star forward Patrick Horgan was controversially given his marching orders.
Horgan will be especially fired up for this encounter.
And with a stronger team this round, including the likes of Damien Cahalane and Aidan Walsh, we’re backing the Rebels to go one better and lift their first Muster title since 2006.
Mayo look good to land a fourth consecutive Connacht title and in doing so put rivals Galway firmly in their place.
While the gap between the two sides has narrowed since Mayo handed out a 17-point thrashing to Alan Mulholland’s side last year, we fancy them to have enough to take care of business.
A forward line that includes Andy Moran, Alan Dillon and Cillian O’Connor are likely to have too much for a Galway outfit who remain a work in progress.
Down are picked to win what could be an edgy encounter between two sides looking to find some form.
Unlucky to lose out to Tyrone in their first round Ulster clash, Down can make amends here.
Kildare have been ragged in defence recently, as highlighted in their Leinster semi-final defeat to Meath.
And if they show the same fragility they’ll suffer the same fate.
Tyrone welcome Armagh for this local derby, looking to compound their rivals’ woes after relegation to Division 3 in the national league.
Added to that, the visitors head to Omagh off the back of a morale-sapping Ulster semi-final loss to Monaghan and are unlikely to find any respite on this occasion.
Tyrone can get the better of what will be a hard, physical battle and move one step closer to Croke Park.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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