Huge Price Cut On Tyrone All-Ireland Win After Semi-Final Upset

Tyrone’s chances of a first All-Ireland Senior Football crown in thirteen years have been gambled after they sprung a semi-final surprise by knocking favourites Kerry out of the Championship.

Conor McKenna hit the net twice, the second of which in extra-time handed the Ulster champions a cushion before they defied a late Kerry fightback to prevail by a point and reach their second All-Ireland decider in the space of four years.

We slashed the Red Hand men into 6/4 from 12/1 at the final whistle following some strong support for the Ulster side to get their hands on Sam Maguire for the first time since 2008.

They will however start the final as underdogs again, with Mayo chalked up as odds-on 4/5 match favourites to end a 70-year wait for an All-Ireland title.

James Horan’s side ended Dublin’s lengthy reign as All-Ireland champions after overturning a six-point half-time deficit in their semi-final and are 8/13 in the outright betting to come out on top again in two weeks’ time.

Bet on Mayo v Tyrone.

*Prices correct at time of publication