A repeat of the 2018 Division 2 semi-final between Cavan and Waterford on Sunday at 2pm Maghera, Virginia.
Cavan won that game before falling to Tipperary in the divisional final, and they have some work to do to finish in the top four this time, with a big loss to Armagh denting their scoring difference.
Both sides have won one, lost one and drawn one of their opening three games.
Cavan v Waterford, Maghera, Virginia – 2pm – Referee: K McKeever, Armagh
Tyrone v Armagh, 5pm, Healy Park, Omagh – 2pm – Referee: B Rice, Down
Armagh are setting a lightning pass at the head of affairs in Division 2.
The Orchard County boast a 100 per cent record as they prepare to make the trip to Healy Park in Omagh on Saturday.
Hosts Tyrone are in the top four but need to stay in touch with the promotion-chasers.
Clare v Laois, Doonbeg – 2pm – Referee: J Devlin, Galway
This is a pivotal game at the bottom end of Division 2.
Clare have two points from three games, with Laois yet to record a point as they find themselves anchored to the bottom of the table.
With Wexford, Cavan, Tyrone and Waterford all on four points, this could turn out to be a relegation shoot-out.
Kerry v Wexford, Beaufort, Killarney – 1pm – Referee: S Curley, Galway
It’s a big weekend for Kerry, as the county hosts the LGFA’s Annual Congress at the Brehon Hotel in Killarney.
On Sunday, the second-placed Kingdom will aim to keep up their promotion push by defeating visiting Wexford.
The Slaneysiders are one of four teams on four points in a condensed pool, and last year’s Division 3 champions still harbour genuine hopes of a semi-final slot.
All Games take place on Sunday March 3