The GAA has confirmed the venues for the final round of fixtures in the All-Ireland football championship group phase.
Group four wraps-up on Saturday week; Clare meet Derry at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park and Donegal facing Monaghan in Omagh.
The following day, Cork and Mayo meet at the TUS Gaelic Grounds, with group one’s other game pitting Kerry against Louth in Portlaoise.
Carrick-on-Shannon hosts the group two clash of Armagh and Galway, while Westmeath play Tyrone at Kingspan Breffni. And in group 3, Dublin’s meeting with Sligo will be the curtain-raiser at Kingspan Breffni, with Kildare playing Roscommon in Tullamore.
All four-teams in that group still harbor thoughts of qualifying for the All-Ireland knockout stages. While top spot in the group is still also up for grabs.
Following their opening round draw with Dublin in Croke Park, Roscommon followed it up with a win over Sligo in Dr. Hyde Park last Sunday.
Rossies Manager Davy Burke noted they always expected a tough test from the beaten Connacht finalists