GAA football final Permutations and fixtures for the final weekend of the Super 8s . The last four in this year’s All-Ireland football championship will be confirmed by Sunday evening .
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There’s plenty to fight for as we approach the final weekend of this year’s All-Ireland Super 8s, with five teams in the running to reach the last four.
Group 1, there are several scenarios as Kerry, Donegal and Mayo vie for passage into the semi-finals.
Group 2, all-conquering Dublin and Tyrone come to blows in Omagh for bragging rights – and the small matter of deciding who tops their group as both are assured of moving onto the last round.
Here are the fixtures and permutations for this year’s All Ireland Super 8s finale.
Group 1 All-Ireland Super 8s
Mayo vs Donegal – August 3rd, 6 pm, MacHale Park, Castlebar.
Meath vs Kerry – August 3rd, 6 pm, Pairc Tailteann, Navan.
Group 2 All-Ireland Super 8s
Tyrone vs Dublin – August 4th, 4 pm, Healy Park, Omagh.
Cork vs Roscommon – August 4th, 4 pm, Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork.
The best way to sum up the Dubs’ trip to Omagh is that it’s theirs to lose, if they win they top the group, but earn a draw and they still top it due to their superior score difference. A loss will mean Dublin come second. Only a win will ensure Tyrone top the group – a draw or loss means they’ll have to settle for runners-up.
There’s nothing on the line for the Connacht champions in Pairc Ui Rinn, only their pride.Same goes for the Rebels, who will be hurting after really pushing Dublin and Tyrone for the guts of 60 minutes in both games.