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Dublin v Kerry: Everything You Need To Know Ahead Of Colossal Semi-Final

Dublin v Kerry: Everything You Need To Know Ahead Of Colossal Semi-Final
By Luke Delaney Updated

The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship semifinals are finally here and it's Kerry and Dublin who go head to head this weekend. Here's all the information and details you need to know ahead of the game including how to watch Dublin v Kerry.

When is Dublin v Kerry?

Throw in at Croke Park is at 3:30pm on Sunday the 10th of July.

How to watch Dublin v Kerry

Coverage starts on RTÉ One at 2:25pm and Sky Sports Arena at 3pm.

Form Guide

Dublin booked their place in the semifinal after a comprehensive victory over Cork in the last round. Nine points from the boot of Dean Rock sealed a 0-21 to 0-10 victory for Dessie Farrell's side.

Rock's form saw him take his championship tally for the year to 1-26. Con O'Callaghan missed the victory over the Rebels but he is next on the scoring charts with 2-13 to his name for the championship.

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The Dubs also won their 11th Leinster SFC title in a row last month, beating Wexford, Westmeath and Kildare on their way.

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Kerry had to overcome Mayo in the last round with a 1-18 to 0-13 win. David Clifford was in fine form and scored 1-3, with other notable performances from Paul geaney and Seán O'Shea contributing to the impressive victory.

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Seán O'Shea remains Kerry's leading attacking threat with 0-19 in the championship so far.

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The Kingdom won their 83rd Munster SFC title this season after a big 1-28 to 0-8 win over Limerick at Fitzgerald Stadium.

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Kerry are yet to concede a goal in this year's championship but know that their toughest task of the season will be keeping the in-form Dubs at bay for 70 minutes.

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The sides last met in the National League back in February where Kerry emerged as 1-15 to 0-11 winners, leading to Dublin being relegated from Division 1.

It's bound to be a cracker of a game between the two most successful sides in the history of the GAA, with a place in the final against either Galway or Derry up for grabs.

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