Donegal captain Michael Murphy has suggested that their first game of the Super 8s against Dublin is his side's "away fixture". 

The Donegal board have been granted a meeting with the GAA's top brass tomorrow to seek clarification on the venue situation, saying they want to ensure there is "a level playing field for every team at the All-Ireland quarter-final group stage and to seek clarification on how any county may use a ground as both neutral and home venue", which will be the case for Dublin.

Teams are meant to have one home game and one away, with another at Croke Park, which is supposed to be a neutral venue.  

That would mean that Donegal should have one home, and one away fixture remaining after they play the Dubs at Croker on Saturday week.

But, speaking to RTÉ Sport at Ballyliffen this afternoon where he was taking part in the pro-am ahead of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open, Murphy appeared to say that his team consider next week's game at Croke Park as their away game, with a home and neutral fixture still to come.

Asked if he there was a sense of injustice among the players, the captain said: "Ah no, the first game, I suppose, is a Croke Park fixture, it’s set in stone, it was passed at Congress and that there is the way we are going to be togging out and playing for.

"Whatever happens after that... I know we have one home game after that and then a neutral game.

"As I say whatever way that pans out... but we’re togging out for Croke Park next Saturday night.

"It’s going to be a huge game and a big spectacle coming off the back of an Ulster final.

"Whatever the county board and the management and the powers that be have to say, we’ll be going and togging out for our county."  

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