Ó Sé expects Dublin's big guns to 'step up'

September 13, 2019

Dublin's Jack McCaffrey scores a goal against Kerry. ©INPHO/James Crombie.

Tomas Ó Sé thinks Dublin have the greater scope for improvement and is tipping them to beat his beloved Kerry in tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC final replay.

Previewing the replay on RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland, Ó Sé said: "It's going to be so hard to call but for me it will be the most clinical forward line that will win it.

"Kerry were helped (in the drawn game) by the unsung heroes, Adrian Spillane, Tadhg Morley, Peter Crowley, Brian Begley. They stood up and I mention them specifically because I thought they might struggle the last day.

"If they can hold the forward line, Kerry can win. If you flip it over, if Dublin's forwards turn up, it could go either way.

"I'm going to slightly go for Dublin. The lads that were below par have done it on so many big days. There is good room for improvement. They are quality players. I have a feeling they might step up that little bit more, but I'll be glad if I'm wrong."

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