ULSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
OWN v ANTRIM
(Tonight, Newry, 7.00pm)
What difference is there between a panel that were relegated to Division Three, and another that missed out on promotion to the third tier by drawing one game?
We are about to find out here. Down might feel they are too good to lose this game, but it is a huge chance for Antrim to nick a rare Ulster Championship victory.
We go for the shock.
DERRY v DONEGAL
(Tomorrow, Celtic Park, 4.00pm)
Derry will not be the side that were relegated to Division Four this spring, but it remains to be seen just how far they might have come in the interim. With their public expecting nothing, a respectable margin at the finish would be a bonus.
Donegal are coming with a polished look to themselves and possibly their best balanced panel since they reached the 2014 All-Ireland final.
Hard to imagine anything but one outcome here.
However, putting up a bit of fight might just be enough to show for Derry.
CONNACHT SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
LEITRIM v ROSCOMMON
(Today, Carrick-on-Shannon, 5.30pm)
After their scare in the Bronx, Leitrim live to fight another day, but it ends here all the same.
LEINSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
WESTMEATH v LAOIS
(Today, Tullamore, 5.00pm)
Not much to choose between the two sides.
KILDARE v CARLOW
(Tomorrow, Tullamore, 2.00pm)
This week, Carlow’s coach, Steven Poacher of Down, gained warm praise from Martin Clarke who said Down should get him in as soon as possible.
We will see just what he and manager Turlough O’Brien can do here, but it’s a huge ask.
LONGFORD v MEATH
(Tomorrow, Longford, 3.00pm)
Meath are better placed for this.
DUBLIN v WICKLOW
(Tomorrow, Portlaoise, 4.00pm)
One word; Dublin.
MUNSTER SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
TIPPERARY v CORK
(Tonight, Thurles, 7.00pm)
Despite being shafted with the scheduling, Tipp should do this.
TIPPERARY v CORK
(Tomorrow, Thurles, 2.00pm)
A chance for a double here.
CLARE v WATERFORD
(Tomorrow, Ennis, 3.30pm)
With Austin Gleeson and Pauric Mahony out through injury, Clare will fancy their chances. However...
LEINSTER HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
OFFALY v WEXFORD
(Tonight, Tullamore, 7.00pm)
Wexford are much farther down the road than Offaly.
GALWAY v KILKENNY
(Tomorrow, Salthill, 4.00pm)
AS impressive as Kilkenny were in their recovery against Dublin, they will find it very difficult here.