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How To Watch Mayo v Monaghan In Colossal Qualifier Clash

How To Watch Mayo v Monaghan In Colossal Qualifier Clash
By Luke Delaney

Two sides who would have been expected to progress further than they did in their provincial championships face off this weekend after exits from the Connacht and Ulster SFC. Here's all the information you need to know ahead of the game including how to watch Mayo v Monaghan.

When is Mayo v Monaghan?

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

How to watch Mayo v Monaghan

Coverage for the game starts at 3:30pm on Sky Sports Arena

Form Guide

Mayo haven't played a competitive game in over a month where they narrowly lost out to Galway by a score of 1-14 to 0-16 in the Connacht SFC quarterfinal. Mayo had won the Connacht Championship two years in a row before their early exit from this year's campaign.

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James Horan's side finished second in their division 1 league campaign. In the previous meeting this season between the sides, Mayo won 2-10 to 1-11 in a close affair in Clones.

Monaghan cruised into the semifinal of the Ulster SFC after a 0-23 to 2-7 win over Down before they were knocked out in the semifinal by Ulster champions Derry after  3-12 to 0-17 defeat.

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Finding the back of the net has been a slight issue for Monaghan this season with just six goals scored in their nine games so far this year. Three of them came in the win against Dublin during their league campaign.

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Mayo's Paddy Durkin and Rob Hennelly are both expected to be fit for this weekend's game but Mayo will be without Tommy Conroy, Brendan Harrison, Jordan Flynn and Michael Plunkett.

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Ryan O'Donoghue is a doubt for the weekend's game and the Belmullet man will be a massive loss should he not feature.

Monaghan's dangerous attack will test an injury plagued Mayo side and with Conor McManus and Jack McCarron combining for 0-22 in their past two games, shutting down the production line to them will be vital for last year's All Ireland finalists.

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