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How To Watch Kerry v Mayo In Epic Quarterfinal Clash

How To Watch Kerry v Mayo In Epic Quarterfinal Clash
By Luke Delaney

There's a colossal clash at Croke Park this weekend with Mayo facing Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC quarterfinal. After being knocked out of the Connacht SFC in the first round, Mayo have had to come through the qualifiers to cement a place in the competition while Kerry will be eager to show the same form as they did during their Munster SFC campaign. Here's all the information you need to know including how to watch Kerry v Mayo.

When is Kerry v Mayo?

Throw in at Croke Park is at 4pm on Saturday the 26th of June.

How to watch Kerry v Mayo? 

Coverage starts on RTÉ 2 at 3:45pm.

Form Guide

After their one point defeat to Galway in the Connacht SFC, Mayo went head to head with Monaghan in the first round of the qualifiers. James Horan's side emerged as 1-13 to 0-12 winners to set up a second round clash against Kildare in Croke Park.  Mayo won 2-13 to 0-14 but it wasn't until Jordan Flynn's goal in the fifth minute of injury time that the scoreline looked comfortable in favour of the Connacht side.

Lee Keegan and Oisin Mullin have been an integral part of the Mayo full back line both defensively and offensively. The pair combined for 1-2 in the win over the Lilywhites and their versatility and ability on either side of the pitch is a big plus for Mayo.

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Kerry haven't played in over three weeks where they hammered Limerick in the Munster SFC final. Jack O'Connor's side ended up winning 1-28 to 0-8 points.

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One man who is in tremendous form of late for the Kingdom is Seán O'Shea who has scored an impressive 0-16 in his last two games.

The sides last met in the National League back in April with Kerry cruising past Mayo in a 3-19 to 0-13 win, with David Clifford scoring 1-6 during the game.

3 April 2022; Pádraig O'Hora of Mayo and David Clifford of Kerry jostle during the Allianz Football League Division 1 Final match between Kerry and Mayo at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Kerry haven't lifted the Sam Maguire in eight years, while we all know about Mayo's drought for All-Ireland glory which has seem them fall short in the final on 11 occassions, most recently last year's defeat to Tyrone.

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