SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER
Allianz FL Division 1
Kerry v Donegal, Austin Stack Park, 2pm
Allianz FL Division 2
Cavan v Roscommon, Kingspan Breffni, 2pm
Clare v Armagh, Cusack Park, 2pm
Kildare v Westmeath, Newbridge, 2pm
Fermanagh v Laois, Brewster Park, 2pm
Allianz FL Division 4
Antrim v Waterford, Dundalk, 2pm
Sligo v Limerick, Markievicz Park, 2pm
Wexford v Wicklow, Chadwicks Wexford Park, 2pm
SUNDAY 25 OCTOBER
Allianz FL Division 1
Galway v Dublin, Pearse Stadium, 2pm
Mayo v Tyrone, Castlebar, 2pm
Monaghan v Meath, Clones, 2pm
Allianz FL Division 3 round 7
Longford v Cork - game off, points to Cork
Louth v Down, Drogheda, 2pm
Leitrim v Tipperary, Carrick-on-Shannon, 2pm
Offaly v Derry, Tullamore, 2pm
Live blog on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News App from 1.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday: Eir Sport are in Tralee for Kerry's potential title clincher against Donegal, while TG4 have live coverage of Cavan v Roscommon, with Clare v Armagh deferred.
Sunday: Galway v Dublin is live on TG4, Mayo v Tyrone is live on TG4 Player and Monaghan v Meath is live on TG4's YouTube channel. The last two games will also be shown deferred on TG4.
TG4 cameras will be in Tuam and Ballybofey for the top-flight encounters involving Galway-Mayo and Donegal-Tyrone. Deferred showing of Kildare v Cavan in Division 2 from approx 5.30pm.
All Division 2 games (apart from Cavan v Roscommon) and all Division 3 and 4 games available to stream on GAAGO.
Watch highlights of the weekend's action on The Sunday Game on RTÉ2 from 9.30pm.
Saturday Sport (2pm to 8pm) and Sunday Sport (2pm-6pm) on RTÉ Radio 1 will offer live commentary, analysis and reaction and all the day's events.
Saturday calls for heavy or squally showers from the west to all areas with the risk of hail and isolated thunderstorms. A blustery day with fresh and gusty southwest winds, strong on coastal areas especially in the west. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees. Not ideal football weather!
Sunday has more blustery thundery showers with a risk of hail, most frequent across Atlantic counties. Some sunny spells too, with the driest and brightest conditions across the eastern half of Ireland. Highest temperatures will range from a cool 9 to 12 degrees, in fresh west to southwest winds.
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70 MINUTES DIVERSION FROM COVID CHAOS
It has been a hectic week of GAA, without a ball being kicked (a few sliotars were pucked at Under-20 level, but that's done for now).
The coronavirus continues to wreak havoc with everyday life in Ireland and while senior inter-county action has been given the go ahead during Level 5 restrictions, there are likely to be bumps in the road.
Already this week we have had walkovers in both codes,the intermediate and premier junior camogie championships decimated, the underage championships indefinitely postponed, a GPA demand for baseline testing, an RTÉ poll showing a majority of Irish people opposed to the Championship continuing, fixtures moved to avoid walkovers and suggestions that employers could impose restrictions on inter-county employees.
After all this it will be a relief to see some Gaelic football break out.
The leagues conclude this weekend before the All-Ireland Football Championship begins next week, which seems a long way away at this point.
Kerry can secure their 21st title and first since 2017 with a win over Donegal in Tralee on Saturday afternoon.
The three other games don't throw in until 24 hours later, so a win for Peter Keane's men will take a little bit the superlative off Super Sunday.
Donegal would finish level on points with Kerry if they manage a win, then a draw between Dublin and Galway on Sunday would see the title decided by the 'mini league' points difference between the four sides in games between them.
A draw in Tralee would see the title come down to points difference between Kerry and the winners of Galway v Dublin.
It will be far less confusing if Kerry win, or lose and Dublin or Galway secure a result in Pearse Stadium.
At the bottom, Meath are already doomed and Monaghan will join them if they don't beat the already relegated Royals.
If Seamus McEneaney's men can secure a result then they will leapfrog the losers of Mayo v Tyrone. A draw in Castlebar would suffice for Mickey Harte's men, while Banty's Monaghan could survive with a point if Tyrone beat Mayo.
Defeats for both would see Monaghan stay up on head-to-head against Mayo
Roscommon have Covid concerns of their own this week, but given their current position they are determined to travel to Kingspan Breffni for their match against Cavan. A win or a draw will ensure Anthony Cunningham's side return to the top flight.
Even a defeat would not be a death knell for their prospects as both Armagh and Westmeath would have to win their assignments, away to Clare and Kildare respectively, to finish level on points.
However Clare and Kildare are still in the hunt, along with Cavan, so Division 2, as always, has plenty of intrigue on the final day, with seven of the eight teams striving for something.
Only Fermanagh are condemned to the drop and they can take Laois with them if they beat Mick Quirke's side in Brewster Park. A win for the Midlanders will see them leapfrog any of Kildare, Cavan and Clare, should they lose their matches.
Don't try and predict it, just keep in mind, home wins for Cavan, Clare and Kildare would mean those teams finish on eight points, one behind Roscommon but ahead of current second and third-placed teams Armagh and Westmeath.
Calculators at the ready.
Cork are promoted with a game to spare... literally, as their final match away to Longford has been conceded by the Leinster side, so Cork will go up with 15 points, but without the opportunity to improve on their impressive scoring difference.
Down will join Cork in Division 2, regardless of Sunday's results, as they have beaten Derry already, so would take the head-to-head battle in case of defeat in Drogheda and a Derry win in Tullamore.
Louth are already down and will be joined by Covid-impacted Leitrim if Terry Hyland's men can't beat Tipperary at home.
If Leitrim win and Offaly get nothing at home to Derry the final relegation spot will come down to a 'mini league' points difference battle between Tipp, Offaly and Leitrim, so there is something still to play for in the third tier.
The basement battle has been more impacted by coronavirus than any. London were excluded from the last two rounds, which left Waterford and Carlow with a game less and then Waterford had a will-they-won't-they over their game in Antrim (which is now in Dundalk).
The winners of the South-East Clasico between Wexford and Wicklow are guaranteed promotion, with Limerick in the box seat to join them should they win in Sligo.
Antrim will be hoping Limerick slip up, which would open the door to Division 3 for the Saffrons, provided Wexford and Wicklow don't draw, which would bring it down to a mini-league, which would be interesting, given Antrim were big winners over Wexford but were roundly trounced by Wicklow last day out.