Donegal 8/13 To Put Tyrone Heartache Behind Them

The final All-Ireland SFC qualifiers draw was made on Monday morning and has produced some very interesting clashes.

Roscommon failed to see off Galway in their Connacht SFC final replay on Sunday and will now face off against Clare for a spot in the quarter finals. The Rossies have the upper hand in the betting at odds of 8/13 to win whilst Clare are 13/8 to provide more sorrow for joint managers Kevin McStay and Fergal O’Donnell.

Derry and Tipperary will come to blows after Derry claimed a two point win over Cavan on Saturday at Kingspan Breffni Park. Damien Barton’s side, who last won the All-Ireland in 1993, are 8/15 to head to the quarter-finals with their Premier County opponents priced at 15/8 to cause upset.

Donegal were drawn against Cork in their fourth round qualifiers after suffering late heartache against Tyrone on Sunday.

Rory Gallagher’s men are 8/13 to overcome the Rebels, who can be backed at 13/8.

Westmeath are once again drawn against a tough side as they prepare to put their 2-19 to 0-10 Leinster SFC final defeat to Dublin behind them and take on Mayo. The Lake County are once again underdogs at 8/1 to continue their quest for Sam. Mayo are 1/20 to continue their winning streak in the qualifying rounds following a 2-17 to 0-14 victory over Kildare on Saturday.