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Poll: Dublin or Mayo - who's going to join Kerry in the All-Ireland senior football final?

We’re gearing up to Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Bernard Brogan with Ger Cafferkey Dublin's Bernard Brogan and Mayo's Ger Cafferkey in opposition in the 2013 All-Ireland final. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

KERRY ARE ALREADY safely through to a September showdown but who’s going to join them in Sunday’s second semi-final?

Dublin, All-Ireland champions in 2011 and 2013, will be bidding to see off Mayo and set up a first final meeting with Kerry since 2011.

Jim Gavin’s side have played four games to date this summer:

Jim Gavin and Brian Fenton after the game Dublin manager Jim Gavin with Brian Fenton after their Leinster final win. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

  • Leinster quarter-final: Dublin 4-25 Longford 0-10
  • Leinster semi-final: Dublin 5-18 Kildare 0-14
  • Leinster final: Dublin 2-13 Westmeath 0-6
  • All-Ireland quarter-final: Dublin 2-23 Fermanagh 2-15

Mayo will be hoping to reach the final for the third time in four years and clinch a first bout in a decider with Kerry since 2006.

The team managed by Noel Connelly and Pat Holmes have only played three games to date this summer:

Pat Holmes Mayo joint boss Pat Holmes Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

  • Connacht semi-final: Mayo 1-15 Galway 2-8
  • Connacht final: Mayo 6-25 Sligo 2-11
  • All-Ireland quarter-final: Mayo 2-13 Donegal 0-11

But we want to know who do you think will win on Sunday?

Let us know.

Poll Results:

Mayo (3081)
Dublin (1980)

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