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Donegal vs Dublin 2014: All-Ireland Semi Final

To the victor go the spoils and in this case Dublin and Donegal meet tonight with the winner advancing to the All-Ireland Final against Kerry who won in extra time in their match against Kerry in the other semifinal. Expect neither side to be looking ahead as they will focus on the business at hand.

The match is a classic offense vs defense type of match that promises to be a battle
Donegal will bring a strong suffocating defense and will try to limit chances and of course goals in hopes of providing a counterattack of their own and that the challenge for them.

Dublin of course brings their wide-open attacking style and will look to pound Donegal into submission with an overwhelming number of chances.

Bookmakers have set the line at is Dublin -7 meaning they give little chance for Donegal to pull off the upset.

You will know early which way this match will go, if Dublin can get off quick it will make for a long night for Donegal. Conversely if Donegal can apply defensive pressure limit the Dubs chances and score on the counter, we may be looking at an upset.

Below are the two sides expected to start in today’s semifinal
DUBLIN: Eiven Whelan; Eoin Murchan, Jack Mullins, Declan Monahan; Andrew McGowan, Shane Clayton, Glenn O’Reilly; Andrew Foley, Eoghan McHugh; Conor Kavanagh, Colm Basquel, Jack Burke; Aaron Byrne, Conor O’Callaghan, Chris Sallier. Subs:
DONEGAL: Danny Rogers; Danny Monagle, Ciarán Gillespie, Colm Kelly; Stephen McMenamin, Tony McGlenehan, Cian Mulligan; Niall Harley, Caolán McGonigle; Stephen McBrearty, Lorcán Connor, Micheál Carroll; Jamie Brennan, John Campbell, Niall Friel. Subs:

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