Longford aim to progress to the semi-final of the Bord Na Mona O’Byrne Cup when they take on Kildare on Sunday.
Throw in Glennon Brothers Pearse Park is 2pm.
Denis Cullerton’s team won out the first game of the campaign by 2-13 to 1-10 against Louth, with goals coming from Pauric Gill and Andrew Farrell.
On Wednesday evening Louth overcame Kildare by 2-11 to nine points at the Hawkfield centre of excellence.
A result for Longford would set up a semi-final against Carlow, Meath or Wicklow.
Longford great Liam Tierney explained to Dave Hooper, that Longford’s smaller pool of players may be an assist in the O’Byrne Cup.