SUNDAY 19 MARCH
Allianz FL Division 1
1400 Mayo v Cavan, MacHale Park
1400 Monaghan v Roscommon, Inniskeen
Mayo (4 points) and Cavan (one point) meet in the league for the first time since 2003. The Breffnimen are seeking their first win in this year’s Allianz League, having lost to Dublin, Donegal and Tyrone, with their only point coming in a draw against Monaghan.
Stephen Rochford's side will be looking to recover from the horror show that was the defeat to Dublin a fortnight ago.
After two seasons in the top flight, Roscommon would seem to be heading for the exit door and a defeat to the Monaghan will edge them closer to the drop.
Allianz FL Division 2
1400 Cork v Meath, Páirc Uí Rinn
1400 Fermanagh v Clare, Brewster Park
1400 Galway v Derry, Tuam Stadium
Galway lost their unbeaten record in their last game when they were edged out by Meath but are still in second place (on scoring difference ahead of Clare) as they prepare to take on Derry (3 points) in Tuam.
Cork were fancied for a quick return to Division 1 after being relegated at the end of last season but have taken only three of a possible eight points, leaving them in sixth place. They are a point adrift of Meath, who have won two and lost two games.
Clare, who were promoted from Division 3 for this year’s campaign, have done very well at the higher level, taking five of eight points, a tally they will hope to increase against bottom-of-the-table Fermanagh (2 points).
Allianz FL Division 3
1400 Antrim v Laois, Corrigan Park
1400 Longford v Sligo, Glennon Bros Pearse Park
1400 Louth v Armagh, Gaelic Grounds
1400 Offaly v Tipperary, O'Connor Park
Louth remain on track for a successive promotion. In fact they have lost once in the league since they dropped down to the fourth tier in 2015.
The Wee County host third-placed Armagh, who have won two, drawn one and lost once so far.
After reaching last year’s All-Ireland semi-final, Tipperary were fancied to be strong promotion contenders this year and so is has proved.
They are in second place behind Louth on six points as they prepare to take on Offaly, who have dropped to the bottom of the table on scoring difference after losing to Armagh by 30 points in the last round. It's fair to say that Pat Flanagan is under a bit of pressure after that hammering.
Tipperary accounted for the Faithful by 2-11 to 0-12 in last year’s league.
Offaly’s neighbours, Laois are also in relegation trouble after losing three of four games and are now at risk of dropping from Divisions 2 to 4 in successive seasons.
They play Antrim, who are also on two points but with a one-point better scoring difference.
It’s Longford v Sligo in the fourth game, with the westerners on five points, three ahead of the Leinster men.
Allianz FL Division 4
1300 Wexford v London, Innovate Wexford Park
1400 Limerick v Leitrim, Newcastlewest
1400 Westmeath v Wicklow, TEG Cusack Park
Wexford could be promoted if they beat London and Waterford and Leitrim (both are on four points) fail to take full points.
Westmeath (7 points), who are also well-placed to return to Division 3 at the first attempt, have home advantage against Wicklow (one win from four games).
Obviously, Waterford and Leitrim will be hoping for wins over Carlow and Limerick respectively and for the top two to slip up.
Live blogs on RTE.ie/the News Now app from 1830 on Saturday and 1300 on Sunday
Mayo v Cavan live on TG4 from 1330 Monaghan v Roscommon deferred on TG4 from 1545
Highlights of all the weekend's action on Allianz League Sunday on RTÉ2 from 2130
All live and deferred games on GAAGO
Updates and reports on all of Sunday's games on Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 from 1400
Sunday: A very windy day with some heavy showers likely. Temperatures of 10 to 14 degrees in strong to gale force southwesterly winds.