Kerry vs Tyrone in the All-Ireland semi-final will be throw-in at 3:30 pm on Saturday, August 28; the game will be live on GAAGO from 2:30 pm. Watch the matches live or at a time that best suits you on HesGoal TV.
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Kerry v Tyrone will take place on Saturday afternoon the 28th of August, with a throw-in time of 3.30 pm.
Where is Kerry v Tyrone taking place in the All-Ireland football semi-final?
Kerry and Tyrone will do battle at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
How to watch Kerry v Tyrone in the All-Ireland football semi-final?
Kerry v Tyrone will be broadcast on both RTE 2 and Sky Sports this weekend. RTE 2’s coverage of the game begins at 2.30 pm, as does Sky Sports’. Sky Sports will air the game on Sky Sports Arena.
What can we expect?
The exact fall-out of Tyrone’s Covid-19 situation may not be known, but they will know soon enough as they take on Kerry in this weekend’s All-Ireland football semi-final.
Tyrone had to ask for the game to be postponed twice, and they will be hoping that they can at least make things competitive against the Kingdom this weekend.
Kerry, of course, comes into the game after blitzing their way through the Munster Championship. They pulverized Cork in the decider by a 22-point margin.
Tyrone, however, came through the Ulster Championship after defeating Monaghan in their game.
They won that game by a single point with a scoreline of 0-16 to 0-15 at Croke Park.
This will be the first time the sides have met in an All-Ireland football semi-final since 2019 when Kerry ran out of three-point winners.