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26 sec ago - Dublin's Senior Footballers will take on Kerry in the 2023 All-Ireland Football Final on Sunday, 30th July at Croke Park (3.30pm).
Kerry will be looking to retain their All-Ireland title while Dublin will be looking for their first since 2020.
And both side have confirmed their starting XVs for Sunday's All-Ireland final at GAA HQ.
Dessie Farrell's side are unchanged from their win over Monaghan in the semi-finals.
This means six-time All-Star Ciaran Kilkenny will remain on the bench alongside Jack McCaffrey and Dean Rock.
James McCarthy captains as he looks for a record breaking NINTH All-Ireland crown.
He is one of three players, alongside 41-year-old goalkeeper Stephen Cluxton and 35-year-old Mick Fitzsimons who could break the record.
Ross McGarry comes in for Peadar Ó Cofaigh Byrne on the bench in the only change to the match day panel.
Meanwhile, Stephen O'Brien starts for the Kingdom in the only change to Jack O'Connor's Kerry team for Sunday's final against the blues.
O'Brien starts on the half-forward line in place of Adrian Spillane who drops onto the bench.
The 32-year-old made a big impact in the semi-final clash with the Ulster champions after being introduced as a half-time replacement for Adrian Spillane.
David Clifford will captain Kerry side as they seek to retain the Sam Maguire.
Unfortunately for Tony Brosnan, his absence for the decider was confirmed this week with the forward ruled out due to a recurrence of a respiratory condition.
Killian Spillane replaces the Dr Crokes clubman in the Kerry match day squad of 26.
HERE'S ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW AHEAD OF THE SUNDAY'S SHOWDOWN!
When is Kerry v Dublin?
Kerry will face Dublin in Croke Park on Sunday, July 30th.
What time is throw-in?
Kerry v Dublin gets underway from 3:30pm.
What channel is the final on and can I stream it?
Coverage of Kerry v Dublin will begin at 2:30pm on RTE 2 , and you can stream the game from the same time on RTE PLAYER.
It'll also be shown on BBC Two.
DUBLIN - 6/5
DRAW - 13/2
KERRY - EVENS
TEAM NEWS ( Starting XVs)
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; Eoin Murchan, Michael Fitzsimons, David Byrne; James McCarthy, John Small, Lee Gannon; Brian Fenton, Brian Howard; Paddy Small, Paul Mannion, Niall Scully; Cormac Costello, Con O'Callaghan, Colm Basquel.
Subs: Evan Comerford, Sean Bugler, Ciaran Kilkenny, Tom Lahiff, Sean MacMahon, Jack McCaffrey, Ross McGarry, Cian Murphy, Daire Newcombe, Lorcan O'Dell, Dean Rock.