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James Horan has made three changes to his starting teams for Mayo's clash with Kildare on Sunday afternoon in the National Football League.
The big question every Mayo supporter is asking this week and the biggest topic of debate amongst the Mayo faithful - all circulates around one thing. Do Mayo actually want to play in a league final?
Over the years most of Mayo's league campaigns in division one have required last round victories and even last ditch equalisers to keep the green and red in the top tier of football.
Mayo find themselves joint top of division one of the national league alongside Kerry and Armagh on five points after a fully deserved and encouraging win against an out-of-sorts Dublin in round three.
After last weekends downing of Dublin in Croke Park, there is little respite for Mayo as they take on one of the form teams so far in this years National Football League on Sunday.
Mayo picked up their first win over Dublin in the league in a decade and first in the capital in since the 1970s with a comprehensive victory over their old foes on Saturday night.
Mayo manager James Horan has made seven changes to his team for round three of the Allianz National Football League against Dublin this weekend at Croke Park.
Mayo claimed a crucial away win in a hard fought 2-10 to 1-11 contest against Monaghan in Clones to set them up nicely in the division one table after two rounds.
Mayo snatched a crucial draw from the jaws of defeat with a last gasp heroic kick from net-minder Robbie Hennelly against Donegal in the first round of the National league.
All roads lead towards Markievicz Park on Sunday for Mayo - as they start their return to life in Division One of the National Football League with a home game against Donegal in the neutral venue in Sligo.