It's provincial final weekend in Gaelic football and Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Kevin McStay and Eamonn Fitzmaurice to look ahead to the action.
Kevin thinks it's 'shocking' how the four games have been crammed in together with little or no promotion and asks if Friday nights may need to be considered in a condensed season.
Donegal are the tip of everyone (bar Mikey) to win the Ulster final, with Eamonn believing the perennial finalists will have seen enough to counter Derry's threats, particularly at kick-outs.
Roscommon are the tip of everyone (bar Mikey) to win the Connacht final, with former manager Kevin highlighting their strength and depth in the forward division and hinting at some old-fashioned Galway complacency.
Dublin and Kerry are tipped by everyone (even Mikey) to emerge from Leinster and Munster against Kildare and Limerick respectively.
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