All Connacht and all Ulster clashes in round 4 qualifier draw
70 minutes from the Super 8s.
70 minutes from Croke Park - and yet another game in Croker if you're lucky enough to draw Dublin in the quarters.
The final set of fixtures for the All-Ireland qualifiers have been drawn as the football championship sits with just 12 remaining teams.
Four games will next place across next Saturday and Sunday with four teams advancing to join the provincial winners in the quarter-final group stages.
On Monday morning, John Horan and Kevin McStay made the draw with the last round of games in the qualifiers and it's the Connacht and Ulster clashes that catch the eye with Tyrone being paired with Cavan and Mayo being drawn against none other than their old friends Galway.
Round All-Ireland SFC Round 4 draw:
- Cavan v Tyrone
- Meath v Clare
- Galway v Mayo
- Cork v Laois
It means that the Super 8 groups become clearer.