Dublin v Mayo – All Ireland Final preview & team news – Start time 3:30pm

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Updated: September 17, 2017
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We preview the All-Ireland Football final 2017 of Dublin v Mayo, we also have team news, facts to know about the match and all previous meetings, throw in 3:30pm Sunday.
After 61 games, it’s down to the biggest day of all in the GAA senior football All-Ireland championships when Dublin and Mayo meet in the final in Croke Park  it will be preceded by the minor final between Derry and Kerry at 1.15.
Defending champions, Dublin will be bidding for their 27th All-Ireland senior title while Mayo are bidding for their fourth title.

DUBLIN v MAYO HISTORY
They meet for the 15th time in the championship, with Dublin having won eight of the previous 14 to Mayo’s two while there were four draws, the most recent coming last year.  It will be the fourth All-Ireland final meeting between them, with Dublin winning in 1921, 2013 and 2016 (replay).
PATHS TO THE FINAL
Dublin 0-19 Carlow 0-7 (Leinster quarter-final)
Dublin 4-29 Westmeath 0-10 (Leinster semi-final)
Dublin 2-23 Kildare 1-17 (Leinster final)
Dublin 1-19 Monaghan 0-12 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
Dublin 2-17 Tyrone 0-11 (All-Ireland semi-final)
Average For: 2-21 Average Against: 0-12
Dublin’s Top Scorers
Dean Rock…………3-24 (0-20 frees, 0-3 ‘45s’)
Con O’Callaghan…1-20 (0-8 frees)
Paul Mannion ……..0-14
Ciaran Kilkenny……1-9
Bernard Brogan…….0-9 (0-1 free)
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Mayo 2-14 Sligo 0-11 (Connacht quarter-final)
Galway 0-15 Mayo 1-11 (Connacht semi-final)
Mayo 2-21 Derry 1-13 (aet) (Qualifiers – Round 2)
Mayo 2-14 Clare 0-13 (Qualifiers – Round 3)
Mayo 0-27 Cork 2-20 (aet) (Qualifiers Round 4)
Mayo 1-12 Roscommon 2-9 (All-Ireland quarter-final) Draw
Mayo 4-19 Roscommon 0-9 (All-Ireland quarter-final) Replay
Mayo 2-14 Kerry 2-14 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
Mayo 2-16 Kerry 0-17 (All-Ireland final) Replay
Average For: 1-19; Average Against: 1-13
MAYO’S TOP SCORERS
Cillian O’Connor…….3-59 (0-42 frees, 0-1 ‘45’)
Andy Moran……………3-21
Diarmuid O’Connor…3-5
Kevin McLoughlin…..2-7
Jason Doherty………….1-10 (0-1 free, 01 ‘45’)
PREVIOUS CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS
2016: Dublin 1-15 Mayo 1-14 (All-Ireland final) Replay
2016: Dublin 2-9 Mayo 0-15 (All-Ireland final) Draw
2015: Dublin 3-15 Mayo 1-14 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
2015: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-15 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
2013: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-14 (All-Ireland final)
2012: Mayo 0-19 Dublin 0-16 (All-Ireland semi-final
2006: Mayo 1-16 Dublin 2-12 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1985: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-7 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
1985: Dublin 1-13 Mayo 1-13 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
1955: Dublin1-8 Mayo 1-7 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
1955: Dublin 0-7 Mayo 1-4 (All-Ireland semi-final) Draw
1923: Dublin 1-6 Mayo 1-2 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1921: Dublin 1-9 Mayo 0-2 (All-Ireland final)
1904: Dublin 0-8 Mayo 1-4 (All-Ireland semi-final)
Dublin 8, Mayo 2, Draws 4.
LAST TEN ALL-IRELAND FINALS
DUBLIN
2016: Dublin 1-15 Mayo 1-14 (Replay)
2016: Dublin 2-9 Mayo 0-15 (Draw)
2015: Dublin 0-12 Kerry 0-9
2013: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-14
2011: Dublin 1-12 Kerry 1-11
1995: Dublin 1-10 Tyrone 0-12
1994: Down 1-12 Dublin 0-13
1992: Donegal 0-18 Dublin 0-14
1985: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 2-8
1984: Kerry 0-14 Dublin 1-6
Won 5, Lost 4, Draws 1
MAYO
2016: Dublin 1-15 Mayo 1-14 (Replay)
2016: Dublin 2-9 Mayo 0-15 (Draw)
2013: Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-14
2012: Donegal 2-11 Mayo 0-13
2006: Kerry 4-15 Mayo 3-5
2004: Kerry 1-20 Mayo 2-9
1997: Kerry 0-13 Mayo 1-7
1996: Meath 2-9 Mayo 1-11 (Replay)
1996: Meath 0-12 Mayo 1-9 (Draw)
1989: Cork 0-17 Mayo 1-11
Won 0, Drew 2, Lost 8.
ALL-IRELAND FINAL FACTS AND FIGURES
*This is the first time since 1987-88 that counties (Cork and Meath) have met in the All-Ireland final in successive years.
*Dublin’s only defeat under Jim Gavin in the championship (2013-2017) came against Donegal in the 2014 All-Ireland semi-final. They drew with Mayo in the 2015 semi-final and 2016 final and won both replays. It leaves Gavin’s record as follows: Played 30; Won 27, Drew 2, Lost 1.
*Stephen Rochford is in his second season as Mayo manager. Their championship record under him is as follows: Played 18, Won 12, Drew 3, Lost 3.
*Mayo are seeking their first win over Dublin since the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final. The counties have met eleven times since then, with Dublin winning eight and drawing three. Dublin’s wins were in the 2013 and 2016 All-Ireland finals, the 2015 semi-final replay, the Allianz League in 2013 (twice), 2015, 2016 and 2017. The draws were in the 2015 All-Ireland semi-final, last year’s All-Ireland final and the 2014 League.
*Dublin are attempting to win the All-Ireland three-in-in-a-row for the first time since 1921-22-23. Kerry were the last county to win the three-in-a-row in 1984-85-86.
*Mayo are seeking their first All-Ireland title success since 1951. Since then, they have played in ten All-Ireland finals, losing eight and drawing two.
*Dublin beat Mayo by 1-16 to 0-7 in their Allianz League meeting in Croke Park on March 4 last.
TEAM NEWS
Both team remain as the same team as the semi-final:
Mayo
David Clarke;
Brendan Harrison,
Donal Vaughan,
Keith Higgins;
Lee Keegan,
Chris Barrett,
Colm Boyle;
Seamus O’Shea,
Tom Parsons;
Kevin McLoughlin,
Aidan O’Shea,
Diarmuid O’Connor;
Jason Doherty,
Cillian O’Connor,
Andy Moran.

Dublin

1. Stephen Cluxton (Parnells)

2. Philly McMahon (Ballymun Kickhams)
3. Cian O’Sullivan (Kilmacud Crokes)
4. Michael Fitzsimons (Cuala)

 

5. Jonny Cooper (Na Fianna)
6. John Small (Ballymun Kickhams)
7. Jack McCaffrey (Clontarf)

8. Brian Fenton (Raheny)
9. James McCarthy (Ballymun Kickhams)

10. Ciarán Kilkenny (Castleknock)
11. Con O’Callaghan (Cuala)
12. Niall Scully (Templeogue)

13. Paul Mannion (Kilmacud Crokes)
14. Paddy Andrews (St Brigid’s)
15. Dean Rock (Ballymun Kickhams)

A list of substitutes has not been released by the Dublin county board

Dublin to announce their team today
BETTING ADVICE
Backing the draw at 8/1 looks great value.

One Comment

  1. IsabelScanlon

    09/13/2017 at 7:09 pm

    Good show

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