The fixture details have been released ahead of the final phase of the All-Ireland Super 8s campaign which is set to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Depending on the results of this weekend’s Croke Park double-headers on Saturday and Sunday, the final phase of games could prove pivotal in determining who qualifies for this year’s All-Ireland SFC semi-finals.
Phase 1 got underway this past weekend with Dublin, Kerry and Donegal scoring strong victories in front of their home crowd while Tyrone managed to pick up a vital away win in Roscommon.
Phase 2 of the competition takes place over two days this weekend in Croke Park with the action kicking off at 5 pm on Saturday when Cork take on Tyrone followed by the meeting of Dublin and Meath at 7 pm.
There is an earlier start on Sunday as Mayo face Meath at 2 pm in HQ before Kerry clash with Donegal in what is clearly the pick of the ties going into this weekend.
Depending on results this weekend there could still be plenty to play for come Phase 3.
The Bank Holiday action begins with Group 1 on Saturday, August 3, with Mayo hosting Donegal, in what could turn into a straight shoot-out for a final four spot, while Kerry travel to take on Meath.
Group 2 will then take centre stage on Sunday when All-Ireland champions, Dublin, travel north to take on Tyrone in Omagh while Cork welcome Roscommon to Páirc Uí Rinn.
Super 8s Fixtures – Phase 3
Group 1- Saturday, August 3
Mayo v Donegal – Elverys MacHale Park, 6 pm
Meath v Kerry – Páirc Tailteann, 6 pm
Group 2 – Sunday, August 4
Cork v Roscommon – Páirc Uí Rinn, 4 pm
Tyrone v Dublin – Healy Park, 4 pm