The Gaelic Grounds will host the qualifier clash of Mayo and Galway in Round 4 of the All-Ireland qualifiers, while Clones is the venue for the all-Ulster clash of Tyrone and Cavan.
The first meeting of the Connacht rivals in a qualifier will take place in Limerick on Saturday evening at 7pm, with the CCCC stating a Connacht venue was "not feasible" and there was no agreement between the counties to toss for home advantage.
Cavan and Tyrone will square off in Clones on Saturday at 5pm as part of a double header involving the same sides at U20 level.
The footballers of Cork and Laois will do battle at Semple Stadium at 5pm.
On Sunday, RTÉ will have live coverage of Meath versus Clare from O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, with a 2pm throw-in.
The details of the All-Ireland hurling preliminary quarter-finals were also confirmed, with both games slated for Sunday.
Cork will travel to Mullingar to take on Joe McDonagh finalists Westmeath for a 3pm throw-in, while Laois welcome Dublin to O’Moore Park at 4.15pm.
Mayo have seen off Down and Armagh in the qualifiers following their defeat to Roscommon in Connacht and will be facing into their third game in as many weeks.
The Tribesmen also came up short against the Rossies in the provincial decider, though manager Kevin Walsh has come up trumps in recent encounters with their neighbours.
Tyrone and Cavan meet in the qualifiers for the second successive year, with the Red Hand emerging victorious last year by three points
Mickey Harte's side are facing into their sixth game of the championship, the most recent being their victory over Kildare at the weekend. Mickey Harte's side saw off Derry and Antrim in Ulster before coming unstuck against eventual provincial champions Donegal at the penultimate stage.
Wins over Longford and the Lilywhites have put their season back on track.
Cavan for their part will look to continue what has been a memorable 2019 Championship with a place in the Super 8s.
Mickey Graham’s side were very much second best against Donegal in a first Ulster final since 2001, but their passage to the decider with wins over Monaghan and Armagh after a replay – should give the Breffni men confidence of reaching the quarter-final series.
All eyes will be on Meath and whether they can bounce back from the drubbing at the hands of All-Ireland champions Dublin in the Leinster final. The Royals mustered just four points against Jim Gavin’s side and will face a buoyant Clare side.
Following defeat to Kerry in Munster, Colm Collins’ men regrouped to comfortably see off Leitrim in round two, while experienced attacker David Tubridy hit the crucial goal in Mullingar as the Banner edged past Westmeath at the weekend.
Ronan McCarthy’s Cork will be looking to build on their Munster final performance. The Rebels were massive underdogs heading into the provincial decider despite coasting past Limerick, and trailed by just the bare minimum heading into the final minute of action at Pairc Ui Chaoimh before the Kingdom tacked on two late points.
John Sugrue will be hopeful that the O’Moore County can add another win to their qualifier campaign having bounced back from their Leinster semi-final defeat to Meath with successes over Derry and Offaly.
Round 4 qualifier fixtures
Cork v Laois, Semple Stadium, 5pm
Cavan v Tyrone, St Tiernach's Park, 5pm (live on Sky Sports)
Galway v Mayo, Gaelic Grounds, 7pm (live on Sky Sports)
Meath v Clare, O'Moore Park, 2pm (Live on RTÉ)
The final grouping for the Super 8s will be as follows:
GROUP 1: Kerry, Donegal, Meath/Clare, Mayo/Galway
GROUP 2: Dublin, Roscommon, Cork/Laois, Cavan/Tyrone
The first round of the Super 8s will be played over the weekend of 13/14 July.