Division 1 final: Kerry v Mayo, Sunday, 4pm

Jack O'Connor has made no secret of his desire to win the league. He has done that on several occasions and won All-Irelands later that summer.

It depends on what team Kerry put out, but they have been fielding strong teams in the league up to now.

Mayo have been incredible in the way that they have turned out players and the whole league has been about experimentation, yet they end up in the final. It just shows the strength of the panel that they have.

A lot of their young players have really come to the fore during this campaign. It must be hard for James Horan to pick his strongest team.

But there’s only one David Clifford and he could be the difference between the teams.

It would have been better if this game had been in Killarney, never mind the Munster Championship match. Because when you bring Kerry to Croke Park at this time of year, not too many travel.

Mayo will come in their thousands but I don’t think there’ll be much atmosphere in the stadium.

Verdict: Kerry

Division 2 final: Roscommon v Galway, Sunday, 1.45pm

Roscommon beat an understrength Galway last weekend to set up a rematch with the Tribesmen

This is going to be a proper match, depending on Galway’s attitude.

The Tribesmen have one eye on the championship in three weeks’ time and won’t want to take any chances on players that might be carrying slight knocks.

Roscommon have had a brilliant league. They’ve been a bit of a yo-yo side but are a team on the move at the moment.

Verdict: Roscommon

Division 3 final: Louth v Limerick, Saturday, 4.45pm

Louth captain Sam Mulroy finished as the top scorer in the Allianz Football Leagues with 3-51

Louth have had great impetus since the arrival of Gavin Devlin and Mickey Harte and they beat Limerick by two points when they met in round three.

Both teams can look forward to playing the likes of Dublin and Meath in Division 2 next year.

Verdict: Louth

Division 4 final: Cavan v Tipperary, Saturday, 2.30pm

Tipperary and Cavan both clinched promotion from the bottom tier at the first attempt

Tipperary were four-point winners at Breffni Park when the teams met in round five.

It’s not too long ago since Cavan were in Division 1, and only two years ago since both Cavan and Tipperary won provincial titles on the same November day.

They have slipped a lot since then but are on the way back up.

Cavan will be favourites – Gearóid McKiernan has been in hot form for them. Just the same as Conor Sweeney has been for Tipperary.

Verdict: Cavan

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