All-Ireland Club Semi-Final Previews & Betting Odds
We have All-Ireland club semi-final previews and betting odds for you here at BoyleSports ahead of the big games this weekend.
All-Ireland Club Football Semi-Final Fixtures:
Kilmacud Crokes v Kerins O Rahillys | 1.30 pm, Sunday, TG4
Glen v Moycullen | 3.30 pm, Sunday, TG4
Both games will be played in Croke Park in a double header.
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Kilmacud Fancied In The Betting Market
Kilmacud Crokes and Glen will go head-to-head in the All-Ireland Senior Club Football final if punters are on the money ahead of this weekend’s semi-finals.
Leinster champions Kilmacud are first up in Sunday’s double-header at Croke Park and at 1/10 are rated red-hot favourites to reach their second successive final at the expense of 14/1 All-Ireland outsiders Kerins O’Rahilly’s, who shed their maiden tag in Munster with a provincial final victory over Limerick’s Newcastlewest.
Mannion In Contention To Make Crokes Return
Dublin forward Paul Mannion has returned to light training for the Stillorgan side, who are 8/13 favourites to go one better than last year when they were denied in the decider by then Ulster champions Kilcoo.
Derry’s Glen Favoured Against Moycullen of Galway
The Down men were dethroned this season by Derry kingpins Glen, who are odds-on favourites at 4/7 to get the better of Galway’s Moycullen in the second semi-final and at 11/4 are rated the main dangers to Crokes’ chances of All-Ireland glory.
Moycullen have got to this stage of the championship thanks to their second ever senior county title which was followed by provincial wins against Westport, Strokestown and Tourlestrane.
Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:
Kilmacud Crokes may have missed Paul Mannion, but the influence of Shane Walsh has been telling and the Dublin side have dominated the betting for some time.
“The support is showing no signs of slowing down at the semi-final stage and if the punters have called it right, it will be Glen tasked with denying the favourites an All-Ireland title in the decider.”
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