Monaghan have yet to record a single point and are in big danger of relegation from the top flight.
They need to start finding points from somewhere, and fast, but they won’t get anything easy against visitors Cork.
The Rebelettes are smarting from last weekend’s last-gasp defeat against Tipperary at Páirc Uí Rinn, in what was the first double-header for the Leesiders alongside their male counterparts.
Cork have one win from three but maximum points in Monaghan would keep them right in the hunt for a top-four finish.
Cork will hope that this is another away-day success – as they’ve already beaten Westmeath on their travels.
Monaghan: A McCarey: L Flynn, N Kerr, S Boyd: R Courtney, A McAnespie, S Coyle: M Atkinson, H McSkane: C McBride, C Courtney, E McAnespie: E Treanor, L Maguire, C McAnespie
Cork: M O’Brien: S Leahy, S Kelly, A Kelleher: D Kiely, M Duggan, E Kiely: A Hutchings, L O’Mahony: A O’Sullivan, N Cotter, O Farmer: E Scally, S O’Leary, O Finn
Monaghan v Cork
Grattan Park, Inniskeen, 3pm
Referee: G Corrigan, Down