LIVE@> Meath VS Kerry— LIVE All-Ireland SFC quarter-final TV- 2 AUG 2019
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Meath v Kerry, Pairc Tailteann, 6pm — Sky Sports
Kerry have made one change to the team that drew with Donegal last time out as David Moran returns to the midfield after recovering from a foot injury with Diarmuid O’Connor making way.
Meath can’t qualify for the All-Ireland semi-finals after two defeats from two matches, but Kerry would do well not to underestimate them.
The Kingdom are in a strong position after a win and a draw from their first two matches, but their place in the All-Ireland semi-finals still isn’t fully assured.
Were they to lose this match and Mayo beat Donegal up in Castlebar, then they could still miss out if Donegal had a better scoring difference.
They’ll be keen to not just win this match but to win it by a margin that ensures they top the group regardless of what happens in MacHale Park.
The respective form graphs of both teams suggests a Kerry victory is certainly the most likely result.
Meath were competitive for 60 minutes of both of their games against Donegal and Mayo before falling away badly down the home stretch.
They conceded an average of 24 points in those matches, and that sort of defensive vulnerability is likely to be taken advantage of by Paul Geaney and David Clifford.
Meath will want to put produce a big performance in front of their home supporters and you’d bet on them making it a difficult evening for Kerry, but the Kingdom’s class should see them through in the end.
Kerry: Shane Ryan; Jason Foley, Tadgh Morley, Tom O’Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Gavin Crowley, Shane Enright; David Moran, Adrian Spillane; Gavin White, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, Killian Spillane