St Faithleachs (@2.5) vs Roscommon Gaels (@1.66)
24-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Roscommon Gaels will win

St Faithleachs – Roscommon Gaels Match Prediction | 24-08-2019

Boyle take onClann na nGael with both teams are tied on 4 points, however Clann na nGaelhave a scoring difference of +8 while Boyle have a scoring difference of -12. They could be left to rue all the goals they conceded to St Brigids back inJune. They played each other lastweek in the league and Clann had the victory however like politics a week canbe a long time in Roscommon GAA. This game could go either way as both teams share similar championshipform with a loss and a win in the two August games.

Theyare undefeated in their last three games and will be hopeful that they can makethe quarter finals and secure Section A next year. Strokestown and Faithleachs play each other in an intriguingEast Roscommon Derby Game. If Faithleachs were to beatStrokestown and Croans beat Elphin then Faithleachs could make the quarterfinals. Strokestown are going well after their only loss theopening round game against Western Gaels.

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Elphin face St Croans in an important game at James TimothyPark and the winners are guaranteed their place in Senior championship 2017. Awin would see Elphin on 6 points however their scoring difference of -9 at themoment would mean they would be unlikely to qualify unless Michael Glaveyswere to beat Western Gaels and then the head to head would see Elphin overcomeWestern Gaels provided Strokestown had beaten Faithleachs.

Pearses are top of the table and are on 6 points. Wins for Pearses, Brigids and Clann mean the Gaels will be assigned tosection B in 2017 while wins for Boyle, Pearses and Brigids would leave thecurrent county champions in section B next season on. Padraig Pearsesare on a scoring difference of +9 and face Roscommon Gaels who are on a scoringdifference of +1. They areguaranteed a place in the quarter finals at least.APearses win v Roscommon Gaels leaves the early season pace setters in bigtrouble.

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The team also sees the return of Adrian McIntyre at Centre back and Charles Harrison at wing forward. Sligo will be bidding for successive Connacht Championship finals for the first time in their history, having defeated Roscommon at the same stage of the competition last year. Sligo announced their team at noon and Brian Egan from the Tourlestrane team makes his championship debut at corner forward.