This weekend will bear witness to the final eight teams remaining in this season’s All-Ireland final as they do battle at Croke Park for a coveted place in the last-four.
It’s been, as usual, an exciting campaign to date that has thrown up more than its fair share of surprise packages along the way; London and Monaghan in particular exceeding expectations.
Munster champions Kerry, who have won a record 36 All-Ireland Football titles, are 1/7 with Boylesports to progress past Cavan (5/1) and book a place in the semi-finals, whilst the handicap of six points sees Cavan priced at 6/5 to cover the spread.
Boxing above their weight so far is Monaghan. The newly-crowned Ulster top-dogs are involved in a showdown with Tyrone. The Oriel County are currently 7/4 to advance, while Tyrone, who last raised the Sam Maguire five years ago in 2008, are 8/13.
The vanquishers of Kildare and All-Ireland champions, Dublin are 1/2 to ease past Cork (21/10), while a draw is available at 15/2.
In the other quarter-final of the weekend, Donegal face Mayo in a repeatof last year’s final. Mayo are 8/13 to exact revenge on Jim McGuiness’ side who are priced at 7/4.
Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “The All-Ireland Championship is now down to the last eight with Boylesports offering 13/2 on Donegal retaining the title.”
He added “Dublin are currently the 2/1 favourites to lift the Sam Maguire for the 24th time but they face a tough Cork side in the quarter-finals.”
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