Clones, Sunday, 2pm
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Past 5 Championship Meetings
2016: Donegal 2-12 Fermanagh 0-11 (Ulster quarter-final)
2006: Donegal 0-11 Fermanagh 0-8 (All-Ireland qualifier – Round 4)
2004: Fermanagh 1-10 Donegal 0-12 aet (All-Ireland qualifier – Round 4)
2003: Fermanagh 0-10 Donegal 0-6 (Ulster quarter-final)
2001: Donegal 0-15 Fermanagh 1-6 (All-Ireland qualifiers)
The sides meet in the Ulster final for the first time, with Fermanagh also seeking to win the title for the first time.
Their previous Ulster final appearances were in 1914 (lost to Monaghan), 1935 (lost to Cavan), 1945 (lost to Cavan), 1982 (lost to Armagh) and 2008 (drew and lost replay to Armagh).
Donegal are seeking to take the Ulster title for the ninth time, having previous won in 1972-74-83-90-92- 2011-2012-14.
The counties will both be in Division 2 of the Allianz League next year after Donegal were relegated from Division 1 and Fermanagh were promoted from Division 3 last March.
Donegal are in the Ulster final for the seventh time in eight seasons. They won in 2011-12-14 and lost in 2013-15-16. The winners will advance to the A
Tomás Ó Sé says: "I think Donegal, playing an exciting brand of football while still minding the house, will do enough to ensure their opposition won't outscore them.
"This game will be a slow burner for Declan Bonner's men but they will eventually break Fermanagh's resistance."
Congratulations to my fellow county men who have just surprised those in the know. https://t.co/Rxs2SGS4J1— Arlene Foster (@DUPleader) June 3, 2018
Donegal scored an average of 2-19 and conceded 0-16 in their wins over Cavan, Derry and Down, while Fermanagh scored an average of 11.5 points and conceded 8.5 points against Armagh and Monaghan.
Weather: Sunshine is forecast with temperatures getting up to 24C.
Fermanagh: Patrick Cadden, Kane Connor, Che Cullen, Michael Jones, Barry Mulrone, James McMahon, Lee Cullen, Eoin Donnolly, Ryan Jones, Paul McCusker, Declan McCusker, Aidan Breen, Sean Quigley, Conall Jones, Seamus Quigley
Donegal: Shaun Patton; Paddy McGrath, Caolan Ward, Eoghan Bán Gallagher; Frank McGlynn, Paul Brennan, Ryan McHugh; Hugh McFadden, Leo McLoone; Cian Mulligan, Michael Langan, Ciaran Thompson; Patrick McBrearty, Michael Murphy (c), Jamie Brennan