Kildare will welcome Tyrone to Newbridge on Saturday (throw-in 7pm) in Round 3 of the All-Ireland SFC,
The visit of Mickey Harte's men to the Lillywhites is the pick of the third round and the eventual winners of that tie will be handed another tough task in the next round as they will take on Meath.
Kieran McGeeney's Kildare side will be hoping to claim a measure of revenge over the visitors who got the better of them in April's League Division One semi-final, winning 2-15 to 2-11 at Croke Park.
The third round also threw up two all-provincial ties as familiar Leinster foes Wexford and Laois were paired together while Derry will host Cavan.
Armagh face a trip to Galway in the round's other game and Cork lie in wait for the winner of that game at a neutral venue in the fourth round.
The Round 3 games will take place on Saturday and Round 4 games a week later.
All-Ireland SFC Round 3 Qualifiers 20 July
Galway v Armagh, Pearse Stadium, 5pm
Derry v Cavan, Celtic Park, 5pm
Wexford v Laois, Wexford Park, 7pm
Kildare v Tyrone, Newbridge, 7pm Live on RTÉ Two
All-Ireland SFC Round 4 Qualifiers 27 July
Galway or Armagh v Cork, Croke Park, 5pm
Kildare or Tyrone v Meath, Croke Park, 7pm
Wexford or Laois v Donegal or Monaghan, TBC
Derry or Cavan v Mayo or London, TBC
Meanwhile, the GAA has also confirmed the times for the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals, a double-header in Thurles on Sunday 28 July.
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny will play Cork at 2pm while Galway will face Clare at 4pm.