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How To Watch Mayo v Kerry In The Allianz National Football League

How To Watch Mayo v Kerry In The Allianz National Football League
Joshua Bell Curran
By Joshua Bell Curran
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Mayo will welcome Kerry to MacHale park this Saturday for round three of the Allianz National Football Leagues. Whoever wins the game will leapfrog the other with both teams sit on two points following the first two rounds of the competition. We have all the information you need on how to watch Mayo v Kerry as well as all the latest team news right here.

When is Mayo v Kerry? 

Mayo welcome Kerry to MacHale Park Castlebar on Saturday 18th of February for a 19:30 throw-in.

How to watch Mayo v Kerry? 

The game will be broadcast live on TG4. The pregame build-up begins at 19:10 ahead of a 19:30 throw-in.

Form Guide 

Both teams stand on even footing in the Division One table with just two points each. After two rounds of the competition Mayo have come away with two draws and no wins, the first came against Galway and the second Armagh. On the other hand, Kerry suffered a shock loss in the first round of the competition where Donegal proved the better team by just a single point, a game that saw Jack O'Connor take aim at the officiating on the day. However, the All Ireland champions bounced back last week comfortably seeing off Monaghan 3-16 to 0-14. The last time these two sides met was the All-Ireland quarterfinals in June last year when eventual champions Kerry breezed past the Connacht side.

With James Horan now gone from the Mayo set-up and Kevin McStay looking to change the age demographic of the team as well as the way they play, there's no doubt the Mayo team will have a lot to prove as they meet their stiffest challenge of the year so far. Meanwhile, Kerry will be looking to settle their rocky start to 2023 and cement their place as the best team in the country again.

Mayo v Kerry in the All Ireland Quarter Final

26 June 2022; Paddy Durcan of Mayo in action against Kerry players David Clifford, 14, and Paudie Clifford during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Kerry and Mayo at Croke Park, Dublin. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Team News 



Kevin McStay has made just two changes to the team following his side's draw with Armagh. Donnacha McHugh comes in at half-back for Jack Coyne who featured for UL in their Sigerson Cup Final defeat during the week, while Mayo veteran Diarmuid O'Connor returns to the team in the middle of the park with Jack Carney missing out as a result. Aidan O'Shea is named to start at corner forward. The team in full is:


Footballer of the Year David Clifford is named in the Kerry team for the first time in 2023, even if Clifford is only on the bench. Donal O'Sullivan Down keeps his place in the Kerry full forward line following his Man of the Match performance against Monaghan.

Here's the Kerry team in full:



That's all the info you need on how to watch Mayo v Kerry in the Allianz National Football Leagues

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