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Saturday 10 December 2016

CORK will bid to bounce back from their disappointing display in the Munster Football Final replay last weekend against Kerry when sending Kildare backing out of this year's championship and the Rebels should have too much in hand despite just the one week turnaround.

CORK will bid to bounce back from their disappointing display in the Munster Football Final replay last weekend against Kerry when sending Kildare backing out of this year's championship and the Rebels should have too much in hand despite just the one week turnaround.

Jason Ryan's (pictured) side easily accounted for Longford a fortnight ago but this will be a very different task and if they manage to cover the handicap at +6 (priced at 4/5) if would be a good result.

Tomorrow's other football qualifier is the clash of Westmeath against Fermanagh and it is it the Leinster side who get the nod here at 11/8.

A heavy defeat at the hands of Dublin certainly didn't do them any good, but if they can recapture the spirit that saw them come back from the dead against Meath, they may well cause an upset in Breffni Park.

Waterford look to have too much class for Dublin in their All-Ireland SHC quarter final.

The Déise fell shy of what was required in the Munster SHC decider but carry make plenty of appeal at 6/4 -5 points in the handicap with over 2.5 Waterford goals at 13/5 worth a small investment.

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