Division 1 final
Kerry v Mayo, Croke Park, 4pm
I think it will probably mean more to Mayo to win this. James Horan came in with an ambition to strengthen his squad and I think he's done it.
Last weekend, they needed the win and yet they rested Lee Keegan, Keith Higgins, Colm Boyle and Andy Moran. So, he has options. The likes of Matty Ruane, Michael Plunkett, Ciaran Treacy and, in particular, Fionn McDonagh have come in and done very well.
They didn't win in Castlebar last year at all. They won three out of four games there this year. There were blips against Dublin and Galway but I think they're in a very good position. Kevin McLoughlin, Jason Doherty and Aidan O'Shea have all been outstanding.
Kerry have been equally as impressive. They've introduced Dara Moynihan, Gavin O'Brien and Diarmuid O'Connor but also brought back Tommy Walsh and Jack Sherwood, which are big bonuses for me.
David Clifford will be back this weekend and that's huge for Kerry. En block, Kerry's forward line are brilliant but there's no-one like Mayo to quell and frustrate that ability Kerry have. And there are still question marks about Kerry's defence.
I think the game will come back to midfield. If Kerry get a 50/50 share at midfield, they have the forwards to outscore Mayo.
It'll be very interesting. I don't think either team expected to be here but I do expect Kerry maybe to shade it.
Division 2 final
Meath v Donegal, Croke Park, 5pm
Donegal went down and I thought they'd come straight back up, and they have. They lost to Tipperary and Fermanagh mid-league but the likes of Michael Murphy returning has steadied the ship.
They have a great blend of young players and more experienced players. Oisin Gallen kicked 0-04 last week but they've still Michael Murphy, Leo McLoone, Paddy McGrath and Ryan McHugh to give them that composure.
Meath went down to Longford last year and lost, they had a narrow loss to Tyrone. But Andy McEntee this year has developed a more consistent side. They've beaten Armagh, Cork, Tipp, Clare and, most interestingly of all, a defensive Fermanagh team last weekend.
Cillian O'Sullivan has been outstanding, Mickey Newman and Conor McGill at full-back have both been impressive and they still have Graham Reilly to come off the bench.
But I think Donegal will ask too many questions when going forward. Donegal beat them already and I think they'll have too much for them.
Division 4 final
Derry v Leitrim, Croke Park, 3pm
Last year, Leitrim nearly lost to New York and it would have been a disaster. They came home and beat Louth and then had a narrow loss to Monaghan and that gave them that bit of confidence.
They're a footballing mad county. I had an uncle who won a county intermediate with Aughawilian in 1966 and people from Leitrim constantly remind me of that.
There's hundreds coming from New York. It just shows you how brilliant the league is when teams like Leitrim are having success. This can be possible in championship also.
Terry Hyland has given them a confidence and they've produced six wins. Will it be enough? I don't know. They need to go to Croke Park believing they can win.
Damian McErlean has done well with Derry. They shouldn't be in Division 4, a lot of people say, but that's where they are.
Ultimately, I think Derry have too much of a forward line and they'll probably win this one.
Division 3 (promotion decider)
Louth v Westmeath, Drogheda, 2pm
It's a strange one. Down started last week in pole position and Louth swiped promotion and a league final position from under their noses.
Jack Cooney has done brilliantly with Westmeath this year, he's refreshed them. Ger Egan is on fire. I think in a knockout match, Westmeath would have too much for them.
Tomás Ó Sé was speaking on RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland programme
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