Sunday sees the first All-Ireland Football semi final when Munster champions Cork take on Ulster champions Donegal at Croke Park.
Cork come into this semi-final as 8/13 favourites with Paddy Power
while Donegal have been well backed at 13/8 following their defeat of Kerry in the Quarter Finals. The draw is available at 15/2.
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Donegal corner forward Colm McFadden is the 4/1 hot favourite to score the first goal of the game while captain Michael Murphy is 7/1 to net first.
For the Rebels, Colm O’Neill is 11/2 to score first in the semi-final while full-forward Donnacha O’Connor is being well fancied at 11/2 with many Cork fans.
Donegal keeper Paul Durcan is very much looking forward to putting the heartache of last year's semi-final defeat to Dublin firmly behind them and reaching their first All-Ireland final in 20 years.
"Last year against Dublin, everyone knew Dublin were the better team on the day. We didn't take any chances, we didn't push on when we had the opportunities" Durkan told the Irish Independent.
"It's something we regret - we feel we should have pushed on and attacked them a little bit more.
"We're trying to do that this year and our forwards have been showing that it is possible. They are that good that they can push on, and it is regrettable we didn't push on in that game." Durkin continued.
The two sides have met before this year while Donegal coming out the winners in their 1-7 – 0-6 victory over Cork in the Allianz National League last March.