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Who are John Evans’ All-Ireland football contenders?

John Evans gives his All-Ireland senior football contenders as we enter the final round of the group stages

John Evans gives his All-Ireland football contenders as we enter the final round of the group stages.

John Evans gives his All-Ireland football contenders as we enter the final round of the group stages — click play above to watch.

SATURDAY
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Group 4: Clare v Derry, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 6.00pm; Donegal v
    Monaghan, Omagh, 6.00pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Limerick v Laois, TUS Gaelic Grounds, 3.00pm
  • Meath v Wexford, Pairc Tailteann, 4.00pm
  • Cavan v Down, Kingspan Breffni, 5.15pm

SUNDAY
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Group 1: Kerry v Louth, Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 2.00pm; Cork v Mayo, TUS Gaelic
    Grounds, 2.00pm.
  • Group 2: Armagh v Galway, Carrick-on-Shannon, 4.00pm; Westmeath v Tyrone,
    Kingspan Breffni , 4.00pm
  • Group 3: Dublin v Sligo, Kingspan Breffni, 1.45pm; Kildare v Roscommon, Glenisk
    O’Connor Park, 1.45pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Antrim v Carlow, Corrigan Park, 1.00pm

CORK v MAYO
Mayo have maximum points from two games; Cork are on two points.

Mayo have a 6+ scoring difference while Cork are on 0.

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KERRY v LOUTH
Kerry have won one and lost one of their first two games; Louth have lost both of their games.

ARMAGH v GALWAY
Galway lead the way on the table with four points, with Armagh on two points.

Galway have a scoring difference of 11+ while Armagh are on -1.

TYRONE v WESTMEATH
Tyrone are on two points and with a scoring difference of -1. Westmeath have lost their first two games and have a points difference of -9.

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Dessie Dolan’s men need to win to have any chance of reaching the preliminary quarter-finals.

DUBLIN v SLIGO
Dublin are on three points and have a scoring difference of 9+ points.

Sligo have one point and a score difference of -10 points.

KILDARE v ROSCOMMON
Roscommon are on three points and have a score difference of +10. Kildare are on one point and a score difference of -9.

CLARE v DERRY
Derry are guaranteed a place in the knock-out stages after winning one and drawing one of their opening two games.

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They have a points difference of 5+. Clare are out of contention, having lost their first two games and with other results going against them, they cannot qualify.

DONEGAL v MONAGHAN
Both teams have qualified for the knock-out stages. Monaghan have three points on the board and a scoring difference of 5+. Donegal have two points and a scoring difference of 0.

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