The GAA have confirmed venues and times for round 2 of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
Seven games will take place on 23 June, with the most high-profile being a rematch of the 2016 All-Ireland semi-final between Tipperary and Mayo - that fixture is at Semple Stadium at 5pm and will be live on Sky Sports.
Fresh from their first Championship win in eight years, Waterford host big guns Monaghan in Fraher Field at 2pm.
Carlow will hope to repeat their giant-killing exploits against Kildare against Tyrone at Newwatch Cullen Park at 5pm before Sligo host Armagh in Markievicz Park at 6pm.
Leitrim welcome Louth to Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada and Longford host Kildare at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park at 7pm.
The Cavan-Down fixture will not take place at Kingspan Breffni Park as the pitch there is being relaid. A venue, expected to be Clones, will be announced at a later date.
Offaly, who bounced back from Leinster elimination against Antrim, welcome beaten Munster semi-finalists Clare to Tullamore at 1.30pm in the only game on Sunday 24 June.
All games will be decided on the day, meaning four halves of extra-time (two of 10 minutes followed by two of five) and ultimately a free-taking competition if necessary.