Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: All roads lead to Salthill

In our latest bonus column for club members over on Patreon, Mike looks ahead to tomorrow’s big match at Pearse Stadium, assessing where both teams are at as they face into the first Nestor Cup decider between these great local rivals since the novel Croke Park Connacht final three years ago.

This bonus column is now online and is available to our club members on Patreon – it’s HERE. To get access to this column and to all our other great content for as little as €1 per week, join the club HERE.

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5 thoughts on “Mayo Football Podcast bonus column: All roads lead to Salthill

  1. All the best for tomorrow safe travels to everyone,hopefully we have a great game with no injuries to either team,I expect that we will win by a point of two,we can go far this year

  2. Going to plump for Mayo by 3.

    My numbers from the league held up well against Roscommon – both teams scored higher than their average by 2. Mayo hit 16 scores to Roscommon’s 13. Which was exactly the 3 score difference predicted.

    Galway’s league numbers attacking wise are very similar to the Rossies. Defensively though they’re a point a game better. Galway and Mayo’s defensive numbers are nearly identical.

    I was a bit surprised when I ran the defensive numbers that Roscommon conceded less goals than anyone else in the league, and hence we are more likely to score a goal this weekend. Galway though are going for a 6th clean sheet in a row and my gut is telling me that we’ll cancel each other out goals wise – so Mayo by 3.

  3. Mayo we’re better overall in the league but Galway look likely to have a lot of their injured lads back whatever shape they’re in so odds are it’s close and about whoever wants it more. The last game Mayo showed more of that than Galway but imagine Galway will want to put that right.

  4. FW
    I will take a ticket if you still have one! 085 256 8937

    Good luck to the Mayo lads today

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