# Dublin v Mayo

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# all ireland semi final
Dublin and Mayo fans frustrated by long delays as first allocation of tickets sells out
More tickets are expected to go on general sale in the coming days ahead of the eagerly awaited clash.
# judgement day
Poll: Dublin or Mayo, who'll win round two and join Kerry in September showdown?
Throw-in on Saturday in Croke Park is 5pm.
# Banned
Blow for the Dubs as Diarmuid Connolly's replay ban is upheld
Vincent’s star must decide whether to continue his appeal before Saturday’s clash with Mayo.
# Team news
Mayo name same XV ahead of semi-final replay
Noel Connelly & Pat Holmes have kept the faith with the side that started against Dublin.
# seeing double
More Dublin-Mayo replay trouble as fans receive duplicate sets of tickets
Touts could sell the same ticket twice because of this new error.
# Hitting back
Was Ciaran Whelan too soft on Dublin? Here's his defence of Sunday Game views
The pundit went on Newstalk last night to address the issue.
# On the box
Bad news for Dublin-Mayo fans heading to Electric Picnic, good news for Kilkenny-Galway fans
A mixed bag on the broadcasting front.
# Fans Favourite
GAA move to clamp down on online ticket touts ahead of Dublin Mayo replay
Good news for fans.
# Full Steam Ahead
McMahon and O'Connor get green light to play in Dublin Mayo All-Ireland replay clash
The way is clear to get set for next Saturday’s showdown.
# Sell-Out
Why was it so hard to buy All-Ireland semi-final replay tickets online?
Tickets for Dublin’s second meeting with Mayo in a week sold out earlier today.
Croke Park was united for a moving tribute to a late Mayo minor star yesterday
In the 13th minute, fans stood and applauded for Darragh Doherty.
# Man in black
Here's the man appointed to take control of Dublin and Mayo's All-Ireland replay battle
It’s Eddie Kinsella in charge in Croke Park.
# Tickets there
Public tickets for the All-Ireland semi-final replay have sold out
Saturday’s game in HQ
# Drama
Johnny Doyle: Mayo's bottle, Dublin's indiscipline and sympathy for Joe McQuillan
Our football columnist has his say on today’s semi-final.
# No Holding Back
'Not only did he feign injury, he took a dive. He was a little bit out of control'
The Sunday Game panellists were scathing in their criticism of Dublin star Philly McMahon.
# Poll
Do you agree with The Sunday Game's man-of-the-match selection?
Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor got the panel’s vote this evening.
# Dublin v Mayo
O'Sullivan keen to learn from mistakes of the past
“If there isn’t an improvement there Mayo are definitely a team that will put us away,” says Dublin’s Cian O’Sullivan.
# Dublin v Mayo
Clarke savouring semi-final challenge
The Ballina Stephenites goalkeeper knows that he will have to be at his best if Mayo are to end Dublin’s All-Ireland reign on Sunday.
# Brothers in Arms
Cosgrove: 'Telepathic' Brogans will bring out the best in each other
Former Dublin star Ray Cosgrove feels that Alan Brogan’s presence will help his younger brother return to form against Mayo on Sunday.
# All-Ireland SFC
Alan Brogan returns to Dublin side to face Mayo
The forward has been included at the expense of Eoghan O’Gara, while Ger Brennan comes into the side at corner-back.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
The five biggest sporting stories to get you going as the weekend approaches…
# Dublin v Mayo
Mayo sticking to Horan's simple principles
Mayo manager James Horan on losing Andy Moran, Conor Mortimer (again), and the principles that his side take into Sunday’s semi-final against Dublin.
# Dublin v Mayo
MacAuley: Ghosts of Castlebar still haunt Dublin
“We have to set that wrong right this weekend,” says Michael Dara MacAuley on Dublin’s league drubbing by Mayo last March.
# Capital Talk
Work ethic has taken Dublin this far, says Gilroy
Dublin haven’t caught fire but there are still a lot of positives to be taken from the summer so far, says manager Pat Gilroy.
# Dublin v Mayo
Gilroy 'fairly confident' on Brogan fitness
Dublin have been given a big boost ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final with the news that Alan Brogan should be fit to start v Mayo.