WATCH: Dublin v Mayo replay: who will have learnt most from the drawn game?

After finishing honours even on Sunday Dublin and Mayo face off again on Saturday evening, but who will have learnt most from the draw?

After such a close, frantic contest, surely the team that best addresses the issues from the first match will emerge as the winners.

With a place against Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC final up for grabs Breakingnews.ie reporters Shaun Cronin and Peter McNamara, along with Robert O’Shea of the Evening Echo, discuss who they think that will be.

They analyse whether, after he went off the boil in the second half, the game proved how important an on-form Stephen Cluxton is to Dublin.

And are the Mayo forwards working hard enough or are they handcuffed by their system?

Earlier, they also looked at whether the first game lived up to its billing.

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