Wexford and Kilkenny have been handed home advantage for next weekend's Allianz Hurling League quarter-finals. 

Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford will host Galway at Chadwick's Wexford Park on Saturday at 3pm, the westerners having overcome Tipperary in Pearse Stadium after erasing a seven-point half-time deficit. 

Shane O'Neill side now face into a lengthy trip to the south-east for the quarter-final, in a match which will also serve as a dress rehearsal for their Round 3 Leinster championship meeting at the same venue on 23 May.  

In the weekend's other quarter-final, Waterford, who finished runners-up in Group A, must travel to UPMC Nowlan Park to play Kilkenny, the match throwing-in on Sunday at 2pm. 

Elsewhere, the Division 2A final between Antrim and Kerry has been fixed for Croke Park, as suggested by Kerry selector Brendan Cummins on League Sunday last night. 

The game will throw in at 1pm on Sunday and will serve as a curtain raiser for the Division 1 football clash between Dublin and Meath. 

The Division 2B decider between Down and Derry has been fixed for Davitt Park in Belfast on 2pm on Saturday, while the 3B final between Sligo and Leitrim will commence at 2pm the following day in Dr Hyde Park, Roscommon. 

Donegal have been already crowned Division 3A champions with their victory over Armagh in Carrickmore on Sunday. 

There is also a full programme of Allianz Football League fixtures scheduled for Saturday and Sunday which can be seen here

Allianz Hurling League fixtures

Division 1 - QFs

Saturday
Wexford v Galway, Chadwick's Wexford Park, 3pm

Sunday
Kilkenny v Waterford, UPMC Nowlan Park, 2pm

Division 2A final 

Sunday
Antrim v Kerry, Croke Park, 1pm

Division 2B final

Saturday
Down v Derry, Davitt Park, 2pm

Division 3B final

Sunday
Sligo v Leitrim, Dr Hyde Park, 2pm