Armagh v Donegal, Athletic Grounds, 7.30pm, Eir Sport
Tyrone v Monaghan, Healy Park, 7.30pm, GAAGO
This is another division where all four teams can reach a semi-final, and all four teams can end up in a relegation contest.
The quality of football in this group has been superb, with all four teams looking to open up and develop their attacking styles in the contests so far. Donegal suffered a heavy blow with the loss of Michael Murphy to injury last time out and they won’t have it easy in Armagh, who made a slow start and missed a penalty against Tyrone, and could arguably be top of the group otherwise.
There will be mixed feelings in Monaghan after last weekend. There’s nothing shabby about going to Ballybofey and coming away with a win, but after being so far in front and scoring four goals, a draw will feel like scant reward. Tyrone appear to have found another dangerous attacking weapon in Paul Donaghy, and they look like a side who’s capable of challenging for every honour on offer this year.