Former Mayo Footballer Keith Higgins believes his county's triumph over Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final will give them great confidence ahead of the All-Ireland final.

The winning Nicky Rackard Cup captain also believes that the football captain Aidan O'Shea will start against Tyrone despite a poor performance against the Dubs.

The Ballyhaunis man argues that Aidan could be a good option in midfield against the Red Hand county, in what promises to be an intense and physical affair.

Mayo take on Tyrone in this novel showpiece in GAA HQ on Saturday at 5pm.

Keith Higgins has been speaking to Midwest Sport ahead of the game...

 

 

 

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