The draw for the second round of All-Ireland qualifiers has thrown up a mouth-watering all-Ulster clash between Cavan and Down.
The pair will meet on the weekend of June 23/24 in the only round two match to be staged in the northern province, however due to work going on at Kingspan Breffni Park it is likely the game will be played at a neutral venue.
St Tiernach's Park in Clones seems the likeliest option due to its accessibility for both counties, while Healy Park in Omagh would also be an option if necessary.
Down will be eager to set the record straight after they were dominated by Donegal in their Ulster semi-final yesterday in Clones, while Cavan easily dispatched Wicklow in round one of the qualifiers.
Beaten Ulster semi-finalists Monaghan have been paired with Waterford, with that game being played at Fraher Field in Dungarvan, while Armagh - who defeated Westmeath at the weekend - will fancy their chances of reaching the next round at Markievicz Park against Sligo.
Meanwhile, Tyrone are rewarded for their extra-time win over Meath in the previous round with a trip to Netwatch Cullen Park where they will face-off against Carlow.
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship - Round 2
Saturday, June 23
Waterford v Monaghan - 2pm - Fraher Field, Dungarvan
Tipperary v Mayo - 5pm - Semple Stadium, Thurles
Carlow v Tyrone - 5pm - Netwatch Cullen Park, Carlow
Sligo v Armagh - 6pm - Markievicz Park, Sligo
Longford v Kildare - 7pm - Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, Longford
Leitrim v Louth - 7pm - Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon
Cavan v Down - TBD
Sunday, June 24
Offaly v Clare - time TBA - O'Connor Park, Tullamore