The Allianz National football league Division 1 North, sees all 4 teams still harbouring hopes of reaching a league semi final, while at the same time be aware that a relegation play off could await them. Donegal currently top the group on 3 points and know that a victory over Armagh will confirm their Division 1 status for next season as well as giving them a league semi final spot. Should they win and Monaghan overcome Tyrone, the Farney side would join them in securing a last 4 place. Victories for Armagh and Tyrone would ensure they are safe with the other 2 sides contesting the relegation play off. Roscommon are already in the relegation battle following 2 losses in Division 1 South, and would look set to be joined by Galway who play Dublin in the final round, with Kerry set to face Anthony Cunningham's side.
In Division 3 North, Derry have made it 2 wins from 2, to secure a semi final spot and they could yet be joined by Cavan, Fermanagh or indeed Longford depending on results. The Oak Leaf county are the visitors to Kingspan Breffni on Saturday afternoon while Longford make the trip to Brewster Park.
In Division 4 North Leitrim are awaiting their first victory of the league having suffered defeats to Sligo and Louth. A league semi final spot and promotion is beyond Terry Hyland's side, but he noted that they must still show pride and passion in the jersey for their final outing against Antrim