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Poll: What two teams do you think will meet in the All-Ireland football final?

There are four teams left in the hunt for Sam.

AND THEN THERE were four.

Mayo, Kerry, Dublin and Tyrone are the four teams left in contention to lift the All-Ireland SFC.

It’s Mayo vs Kerry and Dublin vs Tyrone in the last four as they bid to keep their season alive until September.

All four sides look to be head and shoulders above the rest of the country, and we’re in for two massive games at Croke Park later this month.

What we want to know is, what two teams do you think will clash in the All-Ireland final on 17 September?

Poll Results:

Dublin and Kerry (4262)
Dublin and Mayo (1864)
Tyrone and Kerry (1683)
Tyrone and Mayo (1450)

Source: The42 Podcasts/SoundCloud

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