Ferbane (@1.16) vs Gracefield (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

Ferbane will win

Ferbane – Gracefield Match Prediction | 18-08-2019

Both these sides have been surprise packets in 2008 and neither team will want to lose momentum by doing anything other than competing at 100 per cent intensity. Conspiracy theorists will be watching this game keenly to see if the two sides engineer the mutually satisfactory draw that will send both clubs into the knockout stages, but realistically this will only be an issue if the scores are level with a few minutes to go.

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They gave Ballycumber plenty of it and arguably deserved a result while Rynagh"s lost by nine to the same opponents. On form this season, this should be a handy win for Erin Rovers. Once relegation becomes an issue, that"s when the Cloghan men spring into life and there is every reason to believe that the same thing could happen here. Rovers drew with Clara, Rynagh"s rolled over and died. It should be simple - but this is the stage where St Rynagh"s traditionally play their best football.

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Edenderry have turned the corner after a grim spell this decade and are an up and coming team, but it would be understandable if a sense of dj-vu was settling into the club as they once again get drawn into a relegation battle. Shamrocks need a big margin win here as well as a decisive result in Tullamore in order to advance to the quarter-finals and the suspicion is that they"ll hold up their end of the deal. On form so far this year the gap between the two clubs appears to have narrowed significantly, but logic still dictates that Shamrocks should have little difficulty in Geashill. Shamrocks to win by at least six points is the most likely outcome. Both these teams contested county finals in 2007, one at intermediate and one at senior.

Ferbane have rediscovered their pride and won"t concede an inch, but Rhode are still the class act in Offaly and should prove that once again on Sunday afternoon. If both sides repeated their performance from last Sunday week, there would be every chance that Ferbane would get the four-point win that they need to guarantee their progression into the next round. However, a quick look at some of the names available to Rhode - the McNamees, the Sullivans, the Darbys, Paschal Kelleghan, Roy Malone - and it"s hard to see a performance as poor as they put in against Shannonbridge being repeated.

Clara come into this on the back of a facile win over St Rynagh"s while Ballycumber had to work a lot harder to secure their win over Erin Rovers. This may suggest that Ballycumber will start better while Clara spend some time becoming accustomed to the pace of the game, but the Magpies should have too much class here and if Reynolds, Deehan and O"Hara get going, they have too much firepower for Ballycumber to handle.

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The Island have come through their two games so far with some ease and nothing that Kilclonfert have shown this season suggests that they can rock the boat. Stalwarts like Fergal Beacon and Declan Kelly will do their best, but they look outgunned by a Walsh Island team who have Brian and Ross Connor dominating the middle and Alan and Willie Mulhall to convert the chances that will undoubtedly ensue. Kilclonfert"s narrow win over Ballyfore in the last round kept alive their hopes of progression to the knockout stages of the Intermediate Football Championship, but getting into the last six is one thing - getting a result over Walsh Island is quite another.

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In this year's longer and combined round robin stage, being hard to beat will be crucial, and given that detail, Ferbane look fairly well placed to tick along nicely this year. No easy quarter will be given, and certainly not by the West Offaly club who are 11/1 to cause a shock and lift the Dowling for the first time since 1994. They won't ship big scores and therefore may pick up points around the county based on that well-drilled defence. Shane Nally is an accomplished free-taker, another staple of a team that will help keep the scoreboard on an upward trend in what will be tough matches against the likes of Clara, Edenderry, Rhode, and others.