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GAA Super Bonus Acca: Fermanagh fancied to continue fine run

| 25.07.2015

There’s loads more All Ireland action in store this weekend with football and hurling’s finest set to contest a host of fiery encounters.

But who will come out on top?

We’ve put together another Super Bonus Acca for you to get stuck into!

Get 11/2 on Fermanagh, Cork (football and hurling) and Waterford all to triumph!

FERMANAGH to beat Westmeath (All Ireland Football Qualifiers Series Round 4 – Saturday 17:00, Live on Sky Sports)

Both teams have been surprise packages in this year’s Championship.

Westmeath’s first ever victory over Meath earned them a Leinster Final spot and they frustrated Dublin for long periods of that contest too, further highlighting their improvement.

Meanwhile, Fermanagh took a big scalp in the Qualifiers as a late comeback in Brewster Park saw them knock out fancied Roscommon.

Both teams are evenly matched but an injury to Westmeath’s star forward John Heslin should swing the game in the Ernemen’s favour.

CORK to beat Kildare (All Ireland Football Qualifiers Series Round 4 – Saturday 19:00, Live on Sky Sports)

Cork face up to this game just a week after losing to Kerry in the Munster Final replay and they have a fantastic opportunity here to bounce back from that disappointment.

Yes, Kildare have had a longer break since they thrashed Longford in the last round of the Qualifiers.

But despite their loss to Kerry, Cork still look to be in decent form and in Colm O’Neill they have one of the best forwards in the game and a player who can exploit his opponents’ questionable defence.

WATERFORD to beat Dublin (All Ireland Hurling Quarter Final – Sunday 14:00, Live on RTE2)

Waterford had plenty of chances to beat Tipperary in the Munster Final but poor finishing let them down on the day.

Nevertheless, that was their first defeat of the season and they are unlikely to deviate from the defensive system of play that has been so successful for them so far

Meanwhile, Dublin have bounced back well from their hammering by Galway earlier in the Championship with Paul Ryan’s brilliant performance leading them to a brilliant come from behind victory against Limerick in the last round.

Waterford are a much stiffer proposition though and the Dubs will struggle to hit enough scores against their excellent defence.

CORK to beat Galway (All Ireland Hurling Quarter Final – Sunday 16:00, Live on RTE2)

This is undoubtedly the game of the weekend between two high scoring, entertaining teams.

In terms of recent form, Galway were well in contention in the Leinster Final against Kilkenny but fell away in the last 10 minutes.

Meanwhile, Cork have bounced back well from their Provincial defeat to Waterford. They easily handled a tricky tie in Wexford before they gained revenge for their 2013 All Ireland defeat to Clare in the last round

These are two well matched teams but Galway look a little weaker in the full back line and expect Conor Lehane and Seamus Harnedy to exploit this to the full.

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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.