Round 4 means moving time on the National league football tables

Following last weekends break in league action, Monaghan will take to the field on Sunday in St Tiernachs Park Clones to face Mayo at 2pm in Division 1 of the Allianz League

The Farney side are currently 5th in the table on 3 points, following an opening day loss to Galway, followed by a win over Tyrone and a draw against Dublin.

Mayo are also on 3 points having drawn with Donegal, loosing to Dublin and defeating Meath.

That fixture in Clones on Sunday (Feb 23rd) throws in at 2pm and manager Seamus Mc Enaney should have a full panel to pick from with no major injury concerns been reported.

Cavan meanwhile will be looking to keep up their winning momentum when they travel to Brewster park on Saturday night to face Fermanagh.

Michael Grahams side put a poor start to the league with a loss to Armagh behind them to register wins over Westmeath and Laois to move joint top of the league table.

In what is an incredible tight division with only 2 points separating the top and bottom of the table, Fermanagh have 1 win to their name.

That came over Roscommon in Round 2 with defeats to Kildare and Westmeath in rounds 1 and 3 respectively.

Throw in on Saturday evening is at 7pm and we will have coverage with thanks to Erne Motor Works Dublin Road Cavan.