The Dublin juggernaut have left a trail of destruction in this year's championship. Their punishing form has accumulated an astonishing 18-106 in just six Championship games including the replay against Mayo.
This means they're averaging around 26 points per game while conceding a total of just 4-74 (and that's including Sean Quigley's controversial goal for Fermanagh).
With those statistics in mind, Kerry's talismanic forward Colm Cooper has stated that Kerry will have to limit Dublin to 15 points if the Kingdom are to have a chance of retaining their Sam Maguire privileges on Sunday.
Speaking on Off The Ball last night he said,
Everyday they seem to score up to 20 points so if we can keep them down to around 15 and have a good day ourselves we're in with a shout. They've a lot of brilliant players around the field and they're strong as a unit so this will be the acid test for us.
15 points is going to be a big ask. Most pundits and fans have accepted that Dublin are going to get points on the board. With the power from the bench it seems inevitable. But if Eamonn Fitzmaurice really is setting his side the target of of conceding less than 15 points then we'd suggest we may have some seriously tough defensive football to look forward to.