1-16. Or 2-13. Or heck it, why not 4-10. These should be the numbers that Mayo are targeting for Saturday evening's replay.
Because we know what Dublin are going to score already. The diligent research of Pat Nolan has unearthed this weird stat. With the exception of the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final, Dublin have scored precisely 2-12 in four of their past five championship matches against Mayo.
Two years ago, the tally was enough to pip Mayo in the 2013 All-Ireland final, a game which almost rivalled yesterday in terms of narky behaviour.
The legendary '06 game, they also reached 2-12 in the semi-final, only to fall to Ciaran McDonald's late winner.
Before 2006, one has to go back to Garret Fitzgerald's Ireland, to 1985. Mayo had just won only their fourth Connacht title in 30 years and had battled their way to a draw in the first semi-final. Despite Padraig Brogan's wondergoal, their shrivelled total of 1-7 was never going to match Dublin's magic tally of 2-12.