The GAA have confirmed the throw-in times for the All-Ireland football final and the semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone.

The second semi-final, postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the Ulster champions' camp, will start at 3.30pm on Saturday 28 August (Live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player) at Croke Park.

Dublin's conquerors Mayo will face the winners of that game in the decider on Saturday 11 September, which will throw in at 5pm.

That game had been reschuled from 29 August to a 3pm start on Saturday 4 September, however the postponement of the Kerry-Tyrone match has pushed the showpiece encounter back another seven days.

Mayo marched into the final with an epic extra-time defeat of Dublin, who suffered their first loss in the championship since 2014.

Afterwards manager James Horan said he was not concerned by having to wait four weeks to play the big one, declaring: "We'll adapt and get on with it, whatever it is."

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