- Dublin manager Jim Gavin sits down with Brian Carthy to look ahead to the clash with Kerry
- Radio Kerry's Weeshie Fogarty on the somewhat muted atmosphere in the county ahead of the All-Ireland semi-final
- Ger Brennan says he doesn't think Kerry are an ageing team
- Dublin manager Jim Gavin says Kerry's forward harmony and movement are a worry
- Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan is adamant that the meeting with Dublin is not about revenge for 2011
- Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan says their Championship form this season has been 'stop-start'
- Brian Carthy reports on the Kerry team named to face Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final
Dublin have included Paddy Andrews at full forward for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Kerry at Croke Park.
Andrews represents the only change in personnel to the team that started the quarter-final encounter against Cork on 3 August.
Bryan Cullen is the player to make way for the St Brigid’s star.
Andrews' last start for the Metropolitans came in the Leinster SFC semi-final victory against Kildare.
Dublin: S Cluxton, K O’Brien, R O’Carroll, J Cooper, J McCarthy, G Brennan, J McCaffrey, M D MacAuley, C O’Sullivan, P Flynn, C Kilkenny, D Connolly, P Mannion, P Andrews, B Brogan.
Live television coverage of Roscommon v Tyrone (minor) and Dublin v Kerry (senior) from 13:15 on Sunday 1 September on RTÉ Two and RTÉ.ie (Ireland only).
Live radio coverage of all the day’s action from 14:00 on RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ RnaG and RTÉ.ie (Worldwide).