Among a panel in today’s Irish Independent tipping Kerry is former Mayo manager James Horan.
Only Colm Keys on the panel has gone for Donegal, predicting a 1-14 to 0-14 win.
All the rest however have gone for Kerry.
Horan, who quit after the replay semi-final defeat to Kerry in Limerick, said Kerry would win by a point 0-14 to 1-10.
Martin Breheny gives it to Kerry on a scoreline of 1-17 to 1-15, Eoin Liston says it will be Kerry 1-13, Donegal 0-15 and Vincent Hogan gives it Kerry 1-16, Donegal 0-15.
Tomas O Se also goes for Kerry on a scoreline of 1-13 to 1-10 and Eugene McGee gives it Kerry 1-16, Donegal 1-14.
All of the pundits had tipped Dublin to beat Donegal in the semi-final.
Only Keys from that result is going for Donegal this time around.
Horan however insisted: “Because they are such good technical footballers, Kerry just have an ability to adapt to situations in games. It’s why I think they will win it. Their rate of progression can surpass where Donegal are.”