There are only four games on the agenda this weekend but still lots to discuss, as Colm Cooper, Anthony Daly and commentating legend Ger Canning join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill.

All roads lead to Páirc Ui Rinn on Saturday evening, unfortunately there won't be too many cars on them as Cork v Kerry in a Munster SFC semi-final is not quite the draw it once was. Colm recalls some of the livelier moments in this derby and predicts a bit outing for David Clifford, who has been slightly subdued at times against the Rebels.

In Ulster we ask which Donegal will stand up against Cavan, whose record in the provincial championship under Mickey Graham deserves respect, but Donegal's professional dispatching of Armagh suggests they will have too much for their lower-league opponents.

Galway bate Mayo the last day, but it was far from convincing and, while no one expects them to be troubled by Leitrim, there will still be interest in how Padraic Joyce's team perform ahead of Connacht final against Roscommon.

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A positively beaming Anthony Daly is happy to discuss Clare's strong start to the Munster Championship, and with players still to return, the Banner are well set ahead of tough outings against Limerick and Waterford.

However this weekend has only one game down for decision, and that is Tipperary's daunting trip to the Gaelic Grounds to take on Limerick. Tipp looked dead and buried against Clare, and that was before they lost John McGrath, Jason Forde and James Quigley.

A defeat in Limerick would end Tipperary's season with a game to go (against Cork) and that final game against their deadliest rivals is looking like the deadest of ducks. This is the flip side to the round robin, but more concerning to Ger is the early start to the championship and the fact it will all be done and dusted in July.

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