Six huge GAA matches are live on our TV screens this weekend
The games are coming thick and fast.
This weekend's TV schedule boasts six live GAA games for your viewing pleasure, so give the sofa a test run now and make sure it's up to code before you buckle in.
No point in wasting any time, Dublin take on Derry in what is the biggest game that Division Two has to offer, and potentially the biggest game of the weekend.
When in the last 15 years could you say that Derry are the favourites going into a game against Dublin? Well the time is now.
The oak leaf county are rocking, the capital is stumbling, and all questions will be answered this Saturday night at 5pm, live on RTE 2.
It doesn't stop there, Armagh then take on Donegal on TG4 at 7.30pm - this was a clash that saw multiple melees breakout last season, so it's fair to say that they aren't exactly the best of friends.
Moving on to Sunday The Kingdom visit Tyrone's hometown in what would surely be a one sided affair going on recent form - or will it?
The Red Hand county are famous for rising to the occasion when their backs are against the wall, and if they really are going to reignite their season, then Sunday is the time to do it.
You can also watch a rejuvenated Monaghan take on Galway at the same time, followed by an all Ulster tie between Cavan and Conor Laverty's Down.
The cherry on top of the Weekend is a Connacht battle between Roscommon and Mayo, that also happens to be a match between the two best teams in the league right now.
Allianz Football Leagues
- 5pm: Derry v Dublin, Celtic Park, Derry – Division 1 – RTÉ 2.
- 6pm: Laois v Waterford, O’Moore Park, Portlaoise – Division 4.
- 7.30pm: Armagh v Donegal, Athletic Grounds – Division 1 - TG4.
- 2pm: Dublin v Kilkenny, Parnell Park – Division 1A.
- 2pm: Waterford v Limerick, De La Salle, Grace Dieu; Wexford v Down, Naomh Éanna, Gorey – Division 1B.
- 3.3opm: Tipperary v Cork, The Ragg; Galway v Clare, Venue TBC – Division 1A.
Allianz Football Leagues
- 12.45pm: Galway v Monaghan, Pearse Stadium – Division 1 - TG4 app.
- 12.45pm: Tyrone v Kerry, Healy Park, Omagh – Division 1 - TG4.
- 1pm: Fermanagh v Tipperary, Ederney – Division 3.
- 1pm: London v Carlow, Ruislip – Division 4.
- 1.30pm: Wicklow v Leitrim, Aughrim – Division 4.
- 2pm: Clare v Cork, Ennis; Louth v Kildare, Ardee; Limerick v Meath, Gaelic Grounds – Division 2.
- 2pm: Cavan v Down, Kingspan Breffni – Division 3 - BBC iPlayer & GAAGO.
- 2pm: Westmeath v Antrim, Mullingar; Longford v Offaly, Pearse Park – Division 3.
- 2pm: Sligo v Wexford, Markievicz Park – Division 4.
- 2.45pm: Roscommon v Mayo, Dr Hyde Park – Division 1 - TG4.
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