What time is Dublin vs Kerry? TV channel, FREE live stream, team news and odds for the All Ireland Football semi-final
Former rivals Dublin and Kerry face off in a tantalizing All-Ireland semi-final this weekend.
Champions Munster and Leinster are the two favorites to lift Sam Maguire later this month.
The Dubs are looking to get their hands on the famous trophy again after their six-game title streak came to an end last year.
While Kerry hasn’t won an All Ireland since their 2014 Championship winning campaign.
The Kingdom overtook Mayo in the final round of the competition as the Dubs took victory against Cork.
Here’s everything you need to know about this game:
What time is the match?
The throw-in will take place at 3.30pm on Sunday 10 July at Croke Park in Dublin.
What TV channel is the match being shown on and where can I stream it live?
RTE will broadcast this match live and their editing will begin at 2:25 p.m. on RTE One. This can also be streamed live for FREE on the RTE player.
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Sky Sports also has the match live with its coverage starting at 3:00 p.m. on Sky Sports Arena. Sky Sports customers can stream this live from the Sky Go app.
You can also catch highlights from this match and all the weekend’s GAA action on the Sunday Match Highlights show from 10.10pm on RTE 2 and available to stream on the RTE Player.
What’s the latest team news for this game?
Neither team has named their starting squad for this game yet, but we’ll have full squad news for you here as soon as they do.
What are the latest betting odds for this match?
Kerry is the favorite to claim victory on Sunday and advance to the All Ireland final at the cost of 4/5.
Dublin are 11/8 underdogs to defeat Kingdom and advance as the draw has been rated at 7/1.
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