VIDEO: What tactics can we expect to see from Mayo and Dublin this weekend?

GAA fans are wondering if they are in for an all-out shooting match on Sunday between Dublin and Mayo.

The tactics of the two teams should make for fascinating viewing - our GAA experts took a look at what they expect to see at Croke Park.

Is it vital Mayo stifle Dublin’s kick-out strategy? And if so does that mean a rare use on man-to-man marking?

Our panel Shaun Cronin and Peter McNamara of breakingnews.ie and Éamonn Murphy, assistant sports editor of the Evening Echo debate some of the key areas.

Will Mayo be able to shackle Diarmuid Connolly?

And what can Jim Gavin do to counteract Aidan O’Shea?

The panel also discussed the recent controversy around GAA commentary.

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