Dublin Backed To Hold Onto Sam For Consecutive Years

Dublin booked their place in the All-Ireland final against Mayo after a thrilling semi-final against Kerry in Croke Park on Sunday.

Kerry lead by five points at half time, but Dublin rallied to pull it back in the second half and secured the win after Diarmuid Connolly’s point in the added time saw them win 0-22 to 2-14.

Dublin have been cut into 2/7 from 4/6 to retain the Sam Maguire for a second year in a row. Mayo have been eased out to 12/5 from 9/4 in the Outright betting ahead of their clash with Dublin.

The match betting continues to heavily favour Dublin at 2/5 to win in 70 minutes. Mayo can be backed at 5/2 to end their long wait for Sam and break the curse. The final to result in a draw is available at 9/1.

It was edge of your seat stuff in the All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Kerry and Dublin. Kerry looked like they had their spot in the final in the bag at Half Time, but after an immense back and forth for the lead, Dublin prevailed and go on to defend their title against Mayo in the final.

The odds are in favour of the Dubs to remain champions and hang onto Sam for back to back years after shortening into 2/7 from 4/6

…in the Outright betting and 2/5 to see off Mayo in 70 minutes.

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