Kildare will be looking to cause a huge upset by knocking last year's All Ireland finalists Mayo out of the competition, in the second round of the Senior Football Championship qualifiers. Here's all the information and details you need to know including how to watch Mayo v Kildare.
When is Mayo v Kildare?
Throw in is at 6pm on Saturday the 11th of June in Croke Park.
How to watch Mayo v Kildare
Coverage starts on Sky Sports Arena at 5:45pm.
Mayo progressed into the second round of the qualifiers after a 1-13 to 0-12 victory over Monaghan at MacHale Park. Cillian O'Connor was in impressive form for James Horan's side, scoring 1-6 against the Ulster outfit.
Mayo had been knocked out of the Connacht SFC by Galway in the quarterfinals after losing 1-14 to 0-16.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the win, James Horan was delighted with his side's performance against a strong Monaghan side.
Delighted with the win to beat a team of Monaghan's calibre,
We got stuck in. It probably wasn't pretty at times. We made mistakes. But overall our work-rate and our effort and honesty was good. We got a couple of breaks.
There could have been a few decisions that could have gone against us. But we got them, and I would say deserved winners at the end.
Mayo are expected to be without Ryan O'Donoghue again this weekend while Tommy Conroy, Brendan Harrison, Jordan Flynn, and Michael Plunkett are all out.
Kildare enjoyed a good Leinster SFC run before losing heavily to Dublin in the final. On their route to the final, the Lilywhites overcame Louth and Westmeath before the 5-17 to 1-15 loss to Dublin.
Jimmy Hyland has been in good scoring form for Glen Ryan's side and after scoring 1-4 in the Leinster final, it took his championship tally to 2-12.