Its the opening game for Dublin in the Super 8s and they face a resurgent Cork team, we have team news and live score updates.
Dublin beat Donegal, Tyrone and Roscommon in last year’s ‘Super 8s’. *Stephen Cluxton was the game‘s top scorer on 0-6 (2 frees, 4 ’45s”) in the last Dublin -Cork championship clash in 2013.
Dublin haven’t lost a championship game since the 2014 All-Ireland semi-final defeat by Donegal. Since then, they have won 26 and drawn two of 28 championship games.
Cork put up a good performance against Kerry and easily beat Laois to reach the super 8s.
LAST FIVE CHAMPIONSHIP MEETINGS 2013:
Dublin 1-16 Cork 0-14 (All-Ireland quarter-final)
2010: Cork 1-15 Dublin 1-14 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1995: Dublin 1-12 Cork 0-12 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1989: Cork 2-10 Dublin 1-9 (All-Ireland semi-final)
1983: Dublin 4-15 Cork 2-10 (All-Ireland semi-final) Replay
Cork (All-Ireland SFC v Dublin): Mark White; James Loughrey, Thomas Clancy, Kevin Flahive; Liam O’Donovan, Tomas Clancy, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire, Killian O’Hanlon; Kevin O’Driscoll, Sean White, Ruairi Deane; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly.
Subs: Michael Martin, Aidan Browne, Kevin O’Donovan, Peter Murphy, Stephen Cronin, Cian Kiely, Ronan O’Toole, John O’Rourke, Paul Kerrigan, Michael Hurley, Stephen Sherlock.
Dublin – Yet to name team
Its Dublin -10 at even money, Cork can be back at 25/1 to win the match.