Come Sunday evening, we will know the four teams set to compete for Sam Maguire following the final round of the Super 8s.
Group 2 is already set in stone with Tyrone and Dublin meeting in what is essentially a dead-rubber game while Cork and Roscommon fight it out to avoid the wooden spoon.
Meanwhile, it’s fair to say most eyes will be glued to Group 1 this weekend as Mayo and Donegal clash in Castlebar in what is a straight shootout for a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals while Kerry meet Meath in Navan in a game that the Kingdom must avoid losing to ensure their place in the final four.
All four games take place across Saturday and Sunday and all four will be live on our television screens so fans can keep up to date with how everything is panning out.
Sky Sports have the exclusive rights to both Group 1 games on Saturday evening with Sky Sports Action broadcasting Kerry’s trip to Navan at 6 pm while Sky Sports Arena will play host to the eagerly anticipated clash in Castlebar between Mayo and Donegal at the same time.
On Sunday, it’s the turn of our national broadcaster, RTÉ, who will be televising Dublin’s trip to Omagh to face Tyrone while fans of Cork and Roscommon can follow their encounter at Páirc Uí Rinn via the RTÉ Player with both games throwing in at 4 pm.
Saturday, August 3rd
Super 8s Group 1, Phase 3
Mayo v Donegal, Elverys MacHale Park, 6 pm – Sky Sports Arena
Meath v Kerry, Páirc Tailteann, 6 pm – Sky Sports Action
Sunday, August 4th
Super 8s Group 2, Phase 3
Tyrone v Dublin, Healy Park, 4 pm – RTÉ
Cork v Roscommon, Páirc Uí Rinn, 4 pm – RTÉ