Donegal v Kerry: Three to Watch

Sunday’s clash between Donegal and Kerry will their first ever meeting in the Championship and www.fantasy5live.comare delighted to offer GAA fans the chance to win top, not to mention honour and glory in their fantasy GAA game.

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To make your task even easier, we have picked three players that we think will have a big bearing on events at Croke Park on Sunday

Fantasy5live Three to Watch:

Colm Cooper has scored 1-21 so far in the 2012 All Ireland series, 1-13 of which have come from play, and his 1-04 against Clare saw he become the all time top scorer in Championship history. At 29 year and with 4 All Ireland’s under his belt his experience will be vital and boot will be vital if Kerry are to overcome a hungry Donegal side. Cooper was top scorer in the Championship last year with 2-27 and is well on course to emulate that feat again this year.

Colm McFadden currently lies 6th on the 2012 Championship top scoring charts with 2-17 so far this year and scored 6 points in the 11 point win over Down in the Ulster final. His 1-06 in the clash with Cavan was crucial on their way to a second successive Ulster title and he scored another goal against Derry in the quarter final. McFadden will give the Kerry backline a tough afternoon.

Michael Murphy has so far failed to re-produce the form of last year as he overcomes an early season injury and a loss of form however Sunday’s game is the perfect chance to show that he is back at his best. The 22 year old showed a slight return to form in the historic Ulster final win over Down and despite living in the shadows of McFadden on the point scoring front the full forward could have a big role to play in Sunday’s quarter final. Only grabbed a point in the win over Down but he physicality played a large role in Frank McGlynn’s goal in the Ulster final.

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