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TOMORROW at Croke Park[].

Byline: BERNARD FLYNN

TOMORROW atCroke Park there's a complete dead rubber between Dublin and Roscommon.

Jim Gavin (above) may make a few changes and that's bad news for Roscommon, given how much

Dublin's fringe men will be champing at the bit for a semi-final spot.

I'd really worry forRoscommon. I don't seeDublin showing them any mercy and expect the champions to win by around 15 points.

A defeat of that magnitude would leave Roscommon's scoring difference at around -40 from their three games. It's difficult to see what they'll take from all that.

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TOMORROW at Croke Park there's a complete dead rubber between Dublin and Roscommon. Jim Gavin (above) may make a few changes and that's bad news for Roscommon, given how much Dublin's fringe men will be champing at the bit for a semi-final spot. I'd really worry for Roscommon. I don't see Dublin showing them any mercy and expect the champions to win by around 15 points. A defeat of that magnitude would leave Roscommon's scoring difference at around -40 from their three games. It's difficult to see what they'll take from all that.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Geographic Code:4EUIR
Date:Aug 4, 2018
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