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Dublin v Mayo: What time, what channel and all you need to know



Brian Fenton tackles Fergal Boland during Mayo’s win over Dublin in the league. Picture: Sportsfile

The All-Ireland SFC series continues this weekend with a Group 2 clash between current champions Dublin and Mayo. Here’s all you need to know about the game.

Where and when is it on?

The match takes place at Dr Hyde Park in Roscommon with a 3.45pm throw-in on Sunday.

Where can I watch the game?

The game is being shown on RTÉ 2. It is also being streamed live on the RTÉ Player.

The Breakdown – GAA Weekend in Review.

What can I read about and listen to on

Conor McKeon has previewed the game and believes the rivalry between the two counties isn’t what it used to be while Pat Spillane’s enjoyment of this year’s championship is on the up. .

It’s just over 100 days since GAA Congress at the end of February but already the Football Review Committee, headed by the former Dublin football manager Jim Gavin, has met 19 times and Colm Keys has more details on that below.

On this week’s Throw-In Football Show, Dick Clerkin and Frank Roche joined Shane Brennan to break down the key match-ups that will decide the fate of the 16 teams left in the race for Sam Maguire.

Dublin face Mayo, where the Connacht men may not have the defensive power to halt the Blues – we assess what weaknesses the Dubs may have.

Elsewhere, Derry need to take ownership of torrid championship form; Galway’s ceiling is high if they keep stars fit; Kerry look to top group of death with duel against fiery Louth.

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What are the odds?

Dublin are odds-on favourites at 1/5 with Mayo 9/2 and the draw is 10/1.

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