Mayo are strong favourites to beat Armagh in their 3rd round qualifier match on Saturday evening, live on Skysports.
They meet for only the second time in the All-Ireland championship, their sole meeting up to now having taken place in 1950 when Mayo won an All-Ireland semi-final by 3-9 to 0-6 in front of a crowd of 49,281 in Croke Park.
Mayo went on to win the All-Ireland title and complete the double a year later.
Mayo 1-22 New York 0-4, Roscommon 2-12 Mayo 0-17, Mayo 1-16 Down 1-11
Armagh 2-17 Down 3-13 (aet), Cavan 0–17 Armagh 1-14 (aet), Cavan 0-23 Armagh 0-17, Armagh 2-17 Monaghan 1-12
Paddypower opened up Mayo at 2/5 but it moved to 4/11 very quick, Boylesports are a standout 10/3 on Armagh with Coral 8/1 on the draw.
This match opened up Mayo -3 11/10 but within 20minutes they moved that to even money, that has been the only move so far. You can back Armagh +3 at 11/10 with ladbrokes.
UPDATE 1pm SATURDAY
The 10/3 on Armagh with Boylesports is gone, now you can get 3/1 with Betvictor for them to win the match. Backing Armagh +3 looks the bet