THE Super 8s stage of the All Ireland football Championship reaches it’s thrilling conclusion this weekend when Mayo take on Donegal in their final group clash.
Here’s everything you need to know about the match
Throw in for the Mayo vs Donegal Football match takes place at 6.00 pm on Saturday August 3rd in MacHale Park in Castlebar.
What TV channel is the match on?
Sky Sports will be showing live coverage of the match with build up beginning on Sky Sports Arena at 5.00 pm. Sky will also be broadcasting the other game in the group between Meath and Kerry from 5.50 pm on Sky Sports Action. Sky Sports customers can stream both of these matches live using the Sky Go app.
You can also catch highlights of this match and all of the weekend’s GAA action on the Sunday Game highlights show at 9.30 pm on Sunday evening on RTE 2 and available to stream off of the RTE Player.
What are the latest betting odds?
Donegal are the favourites to come away from Castlebar with a victory on Saturday evening at the price of 8/13.
Mayo are 13/8 underdogs to get the victory they need while the draw is priced at 15/2.
The Group 1 table currently sees Kerry and Donegal tied on three points at the top of the table with Mayo behind them on two while Meath have already been eliminated after two defeats.
Donegal know that they merely have to avoid defeat to be guaranteed a place in the All Ireland semi final while Mayo need to win to be sure of a place in the last four.
Donegal could still advance with a defeat if Kerry lose to Meath by two points more while there is an unlikely possibility that a draw could send Mayo through if Kerry suffer a 12 point defeat to Meath.