WATCH: Who could be the standout stars on Sunday?

Three days to go until the All-Ireland SFC final.

Breakingnews.ie sports reporter Shaun Cronin, Irish Examiner Sports Editor, Tony Leen, and Eamonn Murphy, GAA correspondent for the Evening Echo, discussed the likely line-ups and who they see playing a big part on Sunday.

All the focus before the game will be big names like Brogan, Cooper, Cluxton and Moran, but the panel wonder which unsung hero could turn decide the outcome.

They wonder if Bernard Brogan is in the best form of his career, and debate a crucial question for Kerry - whether or not to start Kieran Donaghy.

We also took a closer look at two players who could have a major role in deciding where Sam goes on Sunday night, Kerry’s Paul Geaney and Dublin’s Kieran McManamon.

WATCH: Who could be the standout stars on Sunday?

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

WATCH: Who could be the standout stars on Sunday?

Infographic by Michelle O’Keeffe

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