Tyrone take on Dublin this Sunday in the Super 8 All-Ireland championship clash. Both teams need to nab the win in order to advance to the last four. However, the winner of this fixture will be at a disadvantage as the following game will take place just six days after Sunday, on Saturday, 10 August. This means they will have less time to recover than any other squad in the Super 8s.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of the game.
Throw in for the Dublin vs Tyrone Football match takes place at 4.00pm at Healy Park, Omagh this Sunday, 4 August.
What TV channel is the Dublin v Tyrone match on?
You can watch the game on RTE 2 by Dublin v Tyrone live coverage, with pre-match build up beginning at 3.30pm.
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 is the latest team news?
Neither county has named their starting team for this weekend’s clash as of yet but we will have the full team news for you right here when they do later in the week.
What are the latest betting odds?
Dublin are the obvious favourites, with bookies putting them at 3/10.
Tyrone are marked at 3/1.
A draw is hovering around 9/1.