Five crunch GAA games are live on TV this weekend as relegation looms over several teams 8 months ago

Five crunch GAA games are live on TV this weekend as relegation looms over several teams

Will Dublin be relegated?

So it's all to play for this weekend, and the very first game live on TV could potentially set up a big relegation battle.

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Armagh take on Kildare at 6pm on BBC iPlayer, and if Kildare win then that its the pressure on Dublin, because if they then lose to tyrone on Sunday, it's Division Two for the boys in blue.

Saturday night sees a blockbuster event between two of the biggest hitters in GAA over the last decade, as The Kingdom take on Mayo in a top of the table clash.

Donegal and will be looking to continue their resurgence after beating the All-Ireland champions a fortnight ago as they play Monaghan, and on the TG4 app Cork play Meath in Division two.

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Saturday

6pm: BBC Sport NI site and BBC iPlayer – Armagh v Kildare – Division 1 football league.

7.30pm: RTÉ 2 – Kerry v Mayo – Division 1 football league.

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Sunday

1.45pm: TG4 – Donegal v Monaghan – Division 1 football league.

2pm: TG4 app – Meath v Cork – Division 2 football league…(Deferred coverage on TG4 at 5.30pm)

3.45pm: TG4 – Tyrone v Dublin – Division 1 football league.

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9.30pm: RTÉ 2 – Allianz GAA League Sunday highlights.