All-Ireland Senior Championship, Group 4, Round 2

Donegal v Tyrone, Cusack Park, Barry Redmond (Wexford)

All-Ireland Senior Championship, Group 2, Round 2
Monaghan v Waterford, Cremartin Shamrock Park, Gerry Carmody (MAyo)

All-Ireland Senior Championship, Group 1, Round 2
Cork v Cavan, Cusack Park, Mullingar, Gus Chapman (Sligo)

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Donegal v Tyrone, Cusack Park, Mullingar, Barry Redmond (Wexford) 
A win for Donegal would ensure they go through to the quarter-finals, meaning next weekend's clash with Mayo would decide who takes top spot in the group. After losing by three points to Mayo last weekend, this is a must-win game for Tyrone, and another defeat will leave them facing a relegation play-off.

Donegal (v Tyrone): A McColgan; T Doherty, E Gallagher, E Keeney; N Carr, N McLaughlin, A.M. McGlynn; K Herron, E McGinley; K Guthrie, N Hegarty, A Boyle Carr; S McGroddy, G McLaughlin, N Boyle.
Tyrone (v Donegal): S Lynch; C Hunter, J Barrett, C Conway; E Brennan, T McLaughlin, N McGirr; E.J. Gervin, S McCarroll; N Hughes, M Canavan, A McHugh; N O'Neill, C Kelly, C McCaffrey.

Monaghan v Waterford, Cremartin Shamrock Park, Gerry Carmody (Mayo)
A win for Waterford could be enough to seal a spot in the quarter-finals, yet defeat would leave them in a relegation play-off. Monaghan have also struggled for form in a difficult season that saw them relegated to Division 2 of the National League. This is a must-win game for both teams. 

Monaghan (v Waterford): B Tierney; K Lambe, S Boyd, L Flynn; A McAnespie, H McSkane, N Kerr; A McCarey, E McAnespie; S Coyle, C Courtney, C McBride; E Woods, L Kerley, C McAnespie.
Waterford (v Monaghan): R Landers; C Murray, E Murray, Kate McGrath; R Tobin, Karen McGrath, A Mullaney; K Murray, C Fennell; A Wall, K Hogan, B Valuntaite; E Fennell, M Ryan, M Delahunty.

Cork v Cavan, Cusack Park, Mullingar, Gus Chapman (Sligo)
Cork, the National League Division 1 and Munster champions, look like the most likely challengers to Dublin's All-Ireland title, but Cavan will be full of confidence following last weekend's epic one-point win against Armagh. A Breffni upset would leave Cork battling it out with Armagh for second spot next weekend.

Cork (v Cavan): M O'Brien; E Meaney, H Looney, S Kelly; E Spillane, M Duggan, A Hutchings; M O’Callaghan, O Farmer; Á O’Sullivan, C O’Sullivan, O Finn; E Scally, S Noonan, L Coppinger.
Cavan (v Cork): E Walsh; K McIntyre, R Doonan, S Reilly; S Greene, S Lynch, M Sheridan; N Byrd, S O’Sullivan; D English, A Maguire, A Gilsenan; C Finnegan, A Sheridan, L Fitzpatrick.