GAA Super Bonus Acca: Cork can be the pride of Munster
An intriguing Munster Senior Football Championship final between Cork and Kerry headlines our 6/1 GAA Super Bonus Acca.
Can Cork turn the screw and defeat the defending champions or will Kerry once again dominate to become the pride of the province and claim a 76th title?
Here are our picks ahead of another action-packed weekend.
One of the oldest rivalries in the game takes centre stage with Cork bidding to overcome their historically stronger adversaries.
Kerry have won 15 of the pair’s 24 encounters this millennium with Cork registering just five wins in that period.
However, home advantage should count in the latter’s favour here and see them over the line.
Cork’s good form earlier in the year is another reason to side with the hosts against a Kerry side devoid of many its stars through retirement and injury.
Tipperary know they need to bounce back from a disheartening loss to Limerick in their Munster semi-final.
And a return to form against a Galway side who were well beaten by Kilkenny in their Leinster replay last weekend looks to be in store.
Recalling Lar Corbett is a positive move and one that should reap rewards when lining-up against a leaky Galway defence.
Monaghan and Armagh meet again following last weekend’s tense 14-14 draw and we’re giving the reigning Ulster champions the nod to progress.
Armagh will be thankful for a second chance having trailed by three points with just minutes to go.
And while they’ll welcome back a trio of suspended players we think it’s Ulster holders Monaghan who have the greater scope for improvement.
Conor McManus and Kieran Hughes will be expected to deliver for the hosts in Clones.
If they do, it’ll be tough for Armagh to upset the odds.
Inspired by star man TJ Reid, Kilkenny are looking good to land the Leinster title at Croke Park.
Reid’s impressive 2-11 in his side’s semi-final replay victory displays his pedigree and should act as a warning for a Dublin outfit who lack the firepower to match their opponents.
Added to that, Kilkenny will be eager for revenge following last year’s shock semi-final defeat to Dublin, a result that will serve as even greater motivation for this contest.
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