The draw for the first round of this year's All-Ireland football qualifiers is set to take place on RTÉ on Monday morning.
It will be conducted live on on RTÉ Radio 1's Morning Ireland at 8.35am and streamed on the RTÉ News channel available on Saoirview, Sky and Virgin Media platforms, as well as the RTÉ News app.
The draw will involve the counties which play in Division 1 and 2 in the Allianz League but failed to reach their respective provincial finals.
It includes the two counties which appeared in last year's final; Mayo and defending champions Tyrone. Louth, Armagh, Monaghan, Cork, Clare, and Meath are the other sides to make up the draw.
The first team drawn out of the bowl in each tie will have home advantage.
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The games will take place on the weekend of 4-5 June, with Croke Park set to confirm times and venues.