Meath v Mayo takes place on Sunday in Pairc Tailteann, Navan at 2pm. We have a preview of the games, as well as team news and betting. If you can’t make the game follow our live match below.
Both sides are in serious trouble even only after two games. Andy McEntee’s men have two losses from two. A win here is a must for them, considering they will have to play Dublin, Kerry, Galway and Monaghan. They lost the first two games to Tyrone and then last weekend to Donegal losing 3-07 to 0-08. Meath will look to players like Thomas O’Reilly, Cillian O’Sullivan and Donal Keogan.
Mayo come into the game on the back of one loss and one draw from the two games thus far. They drew with Donegal in their opening Allianz League game thanks to a James Durcan goal. However, they once again lost out to Dublin last weekend 1-11 to 0-08. James Horan would have been rather disappointed with the performance. However players like Diarmuid O’Connor, Paddy Durcan and Fergal Boland.
Meath : Marcas Brennan; Robin Clarke, Conor McGill, David Toner; James McEntee, Brian Conlon, Donal Keogan; Bryan Menton, Ronan Jones; Matthew Costello, Bryan McMahon, Eamon Wallace; Cillian O’Sullivan, Thomas O’Reilly, Joey Wallace.
Mayo: Rob Hennelly; Padraig O’Hora, James McCormack, Brendan Harrison; Eoin O’Donoghue, Michael Plunkett, Patrick Durcan; Stephen Coen, Diarmuid O’Connor; Fergal Boland; Ryan O’Donoghue, James Durcan; Tommy Conroy, James Carr, Kevin McLoughlin.
Mayo are 2/5 favourites to win this game. Meath are 5/2 outsiders. The draw is priced at 15/2. I can’t see Mayo losing this. They should win by 3 or 4 points. There is no live coverage of Meath v Mayo. There will be highlights on League Sunday.