The times and venues for this weekend's GAA championship action have been confirmed, with three of the final round of four football qualifiers set for live TV coverage.
Cavan v Tyrone will take place in St Tiernach's Park, Clones at 5pm on Saturday, with the Ulster u20 semi-final between the same two sides throwing in at 2.45pm in the same venue.
The match will be the first of a double-header live on Sky Sports, with coverage of Galway v Mayo also following at 7pm. The all-Connacht clash will be in the LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick as no neutral provincial venue had the suitable capacity to host the tie. Elsewhere on Saturday evening, Cork and Laois will do battle in Semple Stadium, with throw-in at 5pm.
On Sunday, RTÉ will have live coverage of the Meath v Clare, which will take place at 2pm in Portloaise.
The winners of Galway v Mayo and Meath v Clare will go into the first quarter-final group with Donegal and Kerry, while the winners of Cavan v Tyrone and Cork v Laois will join Dublin and Roscommon in group two. The full fixture plan for the Super 8 matches can be found here.
In terms of the hurling, both of the peliminary quarter-finals will take place on Sunday, with Westmeath playing Cork at 3pm in TEG Cusack Park and Laois hosting Dublin at 4.15pm, as part of a double-header with the aforementioned Meath v Clare football qualifier.
The winners of Laois v Dublin will play Tipperary in the quarter-final, while the winners of Westmeath and Cork will take on Kilkenny.