WATCH: The midfield battle zone will be key to All-Ireland final outcome on Sunday

Our expert panel ponder who will come out on top in the highly competitive contest in the midfield in Sunday's All-Ireland final between Kilkenny and Galway.

Kilkenny’s actual spread of score scorers around the field has been quite impressive this season.

Breakingnews.ie reporters Shaun Cronin and Peter McNamara, along with Robert O’Shea of the Evening Echo, wonder how will Galway work to stifle that.

They also look at whether Kilkenny have been careless with their shooting this year? Wides seem to have increased across the board in this year's Championship.

WATCH: The midfield battle zone will be key to All-Ireland final outcome on Sunday

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

The panel also debate whether we will see a man-to-man final this year?

WATCH: The midfield battle zone will be key to All-Ireland final outcome on Sunday

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

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A series of stalemates; are we set for another draw on Sunday?

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