Kerry v Meath takes in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney on Sunday. The game throws in at 1pm. We have a preview, team news and betting below. If you can’t make the game be sure to follow our live score updates.
Kerry come into this game sitting in joint second in the league. They have three points from three games. They have one win, one loss and a draw. The draw came against Dublin 1-19 each in the opening round, while they suffered a loss to Tyrone, before beating Galway narrowly 1-15 to 2-11. Peter Keane has an abundance of talent at his disposal. In fact it’s a mixture of experienced and up and coming players. Players like Tommy Walsh, Paul Geaney and James O’Donoghue are all top class players as is David Clifford, Sean O’Shea and Peter Crowley.
Meath really need a draw here at the very least to have any hope of staying in the division next season. Andy McEntee’s men have struggled in their three games and sit on a scoring difference of -16. They lost to Tyrone 1-14 to 1-09 , then Donegal 3-08 to 0-07, before succumbing to a narrow 1 point loss to fellow relegation contenders Mayo. Donal Keogan, Bryan Menton and Thomas O’Reilly will need to have big performances here.
Teams have yet to be announced
Kerry (Allianz FL Division 1 v Meath): Shane Ryan; Graham O’Sullivan, Tadhg Morley, Tom O’Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Shane Enright, Gavin White; Liam Kearney, Jack Barry; Micheal Burns, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; Dara Moynihan, David Clifford, Paul Geaney.
Kerry are 1/8 to win this game, while Meath are 11/2. For me it simply has to be a Kerry win on recent form. Therefore backing Kerry -6 ay 4/5 is the selection. There is no live coverage of Kerry v Meath so be sure to follow our match tracker above.