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Poll Results: Who You Think Will Join Mayo In The All-Ireland Football Final

Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 17/7/2016 Dublin vs Westmeath The Dublin team during the pre match parade Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Grealy

Mayo had enough to get past Tipperary on Sunday to book a spot in the All-Ireland football final. They will now sit back and look on as Dublin and Kerry renew their old rivalry this coming weekend.

The Dubs and Kerry have played out some classics in recent times, with the Boys in Blue coming out on top. The Kingdom lost to their great rivals in the National League final this year, and last year’s All-Ireland final.

Other notable clashes include the 2013 semi-final, which many consider to be one of the greatest games ever played at Croke Park.

Dublin enter the tie as hot favourites, but Eamonn Fitzmaurice and Co. will not fear the Leinster champions.

We asked Pundit Arena followers over on Twitter who they think will win, and a large majority are backing the Dubs.

One worry for the Dubs may be complacency. The only Championship game they have lost in four years was the 2014 semi-final to Donegal, when they entered the clash with nobody seriously considering the possibility of an upset occurring.

Having strolled through Leinster once again, Jim Gavin’s side beat Donegal in the quarter-final.

It promises to be a cracker, and make sure to stay tuned to Pundit Arena all week for the best build-up.

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Author: The PA Team

This article was written by a member of The PA Team.