WATCH: How will the managers influence Sunday’s Croke Park showdown?

Mayo take on Dublin in the second All-Ireland SFC semi-final on Sunday.

A final against Kerry awaits the winner - and both management team would dearly love to be back in Croke Park in September.

Our panel Shaun Cronin and Peter McNamara of breakingnews.ie and Éamonn Murphy, assistant sports editor of the Evening Echo debate what influence the managers can have on the game.

Mayo’s dual management team of Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly is an unusual one in modern GAA. Are two heads better than one?

Jim Gavin has promised Dublin will stick to their principles on Sunday, is that tactically naive of him?

The panel also debated some of the key areas on the field.

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