NORMAL order has been restored with this year’s Munster final as Kerry take on neighbours Cork.
Cinderella story Tipperary stunned Cork in last year’s final after the Rebels had pulled off a shock of their own when they dumped The Kingdom out.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2021 decider.
When and where is it on?
Despite some calls for it to be moved to Croke Park like the Ulster and Connacht finals, this one will be played at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney on Sunday July 25 with throw-in at 4 pm.
What TV channel is it on and can I stream it?
It’ll be shown on RTE Two as part of their double-header which is preceded by the western decider between Galway and Mayo.
You can also stream it via the RTE Player.
What are the teams?
Neither side has named their starting XV yet but when they do, you can find them right here.
What are the odds?
With The Kingdom looking to have learned their lesson from last year’s disaster where they employed oddly defensive tactics, they have looked on a mission to put up a proper challenge for Sam Maguire this season.
The odds reflect that upturn in performances as Peter Keane’s side have been installed as heavy favourites here at 1/12 while the visitors are out at 8/1.
While there will be extra time and penalties if needed, you can back the two teams to finish level after 70 minutes at 20/1.
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How did their last contest go again?
While the majority of the match was highly forgettable, you probably won’t need much reminding of how Cork snatched victory from the jaws of defeat.
In the last minute of added time sub Mark Keane plucked a desperate shot turned pass out of the sky before coolly slotting into the back of the net to dump Kerry out in dramatic fashion.