Dublin v Kerry Odds – All-Ireland Football Final 2023
In this post we have Dublin v Kerry odds for you as the Leinster and Munster champions go head-to-head in this year’s All-Ireland Final.
Dublin v Kerry Odds – All-Ireland Final 2023
Dublin – 11/10
Kerry – 11/10
Draw – 13/2
Handicap: Dublin -1 @ 11/8
The odds makers cannot separate these two teams ahead of this year’s All-Ireland football final.
Dublin are the co-favourites to win this year’s All-Ireland final at odds of 11/10 in the betting. That means that defending champions Kerry are also the co-favourites in this year’s All-Ireland final at odds of 11/10. You can back the game to end in a draw after 70 minutes at odds of 13/2.
Neither team can be separated either in the handicap betting. Dublin -1 has been set at 11/8 odds and likewise Kerry -1 has been installed at 11/8 odds.
Dublin v Kerry To Lift The Cup Odds
Dublin are the 10/11 co-favourites to lift the cup and as a result win Sam Maguire in 2023. Kerry have also been installed at 10/11 odds to lift the Sam Maguire Cup.
The ‘To Lift The Cup’ market includes the first 70 minutes, extra-time and penalties so whichever team ends up lifting the cup will be settled as the winner for this market.
Total Points Odds
Over 35.5 points – 4/5
Under 35.5 points – 10/11
The total points over/under for this year’s All-Ireland final has been set at 35.5 points.
Meanwhile in the team total points market Dublin have been given a total of 17.5 points and are 8/11 to go over that total and Evens to go under.
Kerry have also been given a total points over/under of 17.5 and are 8/11 to go over that total and Evens to score less than that.
Paths To The Final
Dublin’s Path To The 2023 All-Ireland Final
Laois 2-09 Dublin 4-30 | Quarter-Final
Kildare 0-12 Dublin 0-14 | Semi-Final
Louth 0-15 Dublin 5-21 | Final
All-Ireland Group 3
Dublin 1-11 Roscommon 0-14 | Round 1
Kildare 0-13 Dublin 0-22 | Round 2
Dublin 3-23 Sligo 0-08 | Round 3
Dublin 2-17 Mayo 0-11
Dublin 1-17 Monaghan 0-13
Kerry’s Path To The 2023 All-Ireland Final
Kerry 0-25 Tipperary 0-05 | Munster Semi-Final
Kerry 5-14 Clare 0-15 | Munster Final
All-Ireland Group 1
Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17 | Round 1
Kerry 1-14 Cork 0-15 | Round 2
Kerry 5-24 Louth 0-11 | Round 3
Kerry 2-18 Tyrone 0-12
Kerry 1-17 Derry 1-15
Dublin v Kerry Championship History
Dublin and Kerry have the greatest rivalry in gaelic football with the two counties having won the most All-Ireland titles; Kerry have 38 All-Ireland titles and Dublin have 30 All-Ireland titles.
The two counties have met 31 times in Championship football. Kerry have had the better of the rivalry with 18 wins from those meetings. Dublin have won 13 of those games while 3 of them ended in draws.
Dublin v Kerry Previous Championship Meetings
Kerry 1-14 Dublin 1-13 | All-Ireland Semi-Final 2022
Dublin 1-18 Kerry 0-15 | All-ireland Final replay 2019
Dublin 1-16 Kerry 1-16 | All-Ireland Final 2019
Dublin 0-22 Kerry 2-14 | All-Ireland Semi-Final 2016
Dublin 0-12 Kerry 0-09 | All-Ireland Final 2015
All-Ireland 2023 Odds Trends
Kerry went into this year as the All-Ireland favourites after winning everything in 2022 including Division 1 of the National League, the Munster Championship and of course the All-Ireland.
Dublin on the other hand started the year as second favourites behind Kerry. Dublin’s status as second favourites was a testament to the talent in the squad as it is very unusual to see a Division 2 side that high up in the betting market for Sam Maguire.
Dublin overtook Kerry and became the All-Ireland favourites early in the Championship after Kerry struggled in their National League campaign and got off to a shaky start in the All-Ireland series after suffering a 5-point loss to Mayo in Killarney.
Going into the quarter-final stage Kerry rejoined Dublin as All-Ireland co-favourites at 11/4 each as they regained their form on the way to topping their All-Ireland group.
Ahead of this year’s semi-finals Dublin regained favouritism as they were cut into odds of 11/10 for the All-Ireland after an immense second-half performance against Mayo. Kerry on the other hand were the second favourites at odds of 11/8 going into their semi-final against Ulster Champions Derry.
Now the odds makers once again can’t separate these sides as both Dublin and Kerry have been installed at odds of 10/11 to lift the cup ahead of their matchup in this year’s All-Ireland final.
*Prices subject to fluctuation
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