Tir Chonaill Gaels manager Paul Coggins will be an interested spectator at Sunday's Munster club SFC final as the winners play the exiles in early January.
Kerry side Kerins O'Rahillys are favourites to lift the provincial crown, but the face a tough match against Clare champions Kilmurry-Ibrickane, who have qualified for the second successive final.
The winner will then be back in action on January 24th when they face the London champions at Ruislip and Coggins believes either side will pose a major threat to them.
"Whether it's O'Rahillys or the Clare champions we know they'll be very competitive at the end of January. While O'Rahillys will start as favourites there's more than half a chance that Kilmurry-Ibrickane can cause an upset.
"Coming through a Munster campaign and then winning it is a fantastic achievement so while we'll be keeping a close eye on the game we know that either side would pose a lot of problems after Christmas."
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