This weekend brings with it the final round of Allianz League matches with plenty on the line for the Ulster counties.
Here's an attempt at predicting the outcomes:
NFL DIV 1: KERRY v DONEGAL - Today, Tralee, 2pm
A nice wee tune-up for Donegal here ahead of the Ulster campaign next weekend. They won't be in a panic for points.
NFL DIV 1: MONAGHAN v MEATH - Tomorrow, Clones, 2pm
Monaghan are in dire need of the points here. They will get them too, leaving Tyrone to go down along with Meath.
NFL DIV 1: MAYO v TYRONE - Tomorrow, Castlebar, 2pm
Mayo are unlikely to give Tyrone a second's peace here and, with Donegal next week in the Championship, it could send the Red Hands down.
NFL DIV 2: CAVAN v ROSCOMMON - Today, Kingspan Breffni, 2pm
Two yo-yo teams between Division One and Two, Cavan can still lose but will likely stay up, while Roscommon will get back up.
NFL DIV 2: CLARE v ARMAGH - Today, Ennis, 2pm
Armagh have been in similar positions and squandered their chances of promotion. However, there was enough of the lacklustre about Clare in their floundering win over an understrength Fermanagh last weekend that shows they are vulnerable. A promotion to the top flight awaits Armagh if they can curb their rashness in the tackle and looseness in defence.
NFL DIV 2: FERMANAGH v LAOIS - Today, Brewster Park, 2pm
Nothing at stake here but pride for Fermanagh, who are already relegated. Laois could join them in the trapdoor and need both points after a really poor performance away to Westmeath last weekend.
NFL DIV 3: LOUTH v DOWN - Tomorrow, Dundalk, 2pm
Down are already up after Longford conceded their final game against Cork, while Louth are already relegated without a single point. Paddy Tally's men will want to deliver a big performance in signing off this campaign.
NFL DIV 3: OFFALY v DERRY - Tomorrow, Tullamore, 2pm
The Derry of October is a much different beast to the Derry that lost out by two points away to Cork on March 1. With Conor Glass back and a chance for their players to get some serious conditioning work done, they may not be far away over the next few weeks. They will be hungry for a performance here.
NFL DIV 4: ANTRIM v WATERFORD - Today, Dundalk, 2pm
The gun was held to Waterford's head and their bluff was called. They haven't played since an eye-raising draw with Carlow in late February. Antrim should have the motivation to do something here.
JOE McDONAGH CUP: ANTRIM v WESTMEATH - Tomorrow, Corrigan Park, 2pm
Westmeath worked like Trojans to get up to Division 1A this year, but the punishments were severe. Seventeen points to Galway, nine to Waterford, 20 to Tipperary, nine to Limerick with an encouraging performance against Cork in the middle.
Antrim have been coming out on the right side of tight games. That may help.
NICKY RACKARD CUP: DONEGAL v LONGFORD - Today, Letterkenny, 1pm
Formlines are impossible to find here of course, but Longford are capable of a surprise as they drew with Armagh in the league campaign. Home advantage might swing it for Donegal, who beat Longford in the last game of the league.
NICKY RACKARD CUP: MONAGHAN v MAYO - Today, Clontibret, 2pm
Mayo failed to win a league game all year, but they were in the vaunted ranks alongside the likes of Offaly and Antrim.
Monaghan were playing two rungs beneath them in the ladder and won just one in five, that coming against Louth.
NICKY RACKARD CUP: ARMAGH v LEITRIM - Today, Athletic Grounds, 4pm
Armagh were better than their Division 3A ranking suggested, and they went through the league undefeated with a healthy score difference, helped by the inclusion of former Derry star Ruairi Convery.
Leitrim were winners of the Lory Meagher last spring, but the failed to build on that in Division 3B, only beating Lancashire and a hopeless Cavan.
LORY MEAGHER CUP: LOUTH v FERMANAGH - Today, Darver, 2pm
Fermanagh have won one game all year, back in late January. Louth haven't won a single game but were operating a league above.