After four games in Croke Park last weekend, the new-look All-Ireland football quarter-finals head for Omagh, Roscommon, Newbridge and Clones this weekend.
There are four phase two games down for decision.
Dublin’s Eoin Murchan and Donegal’s Ryan McHugh during Saturday’s Super 8 game in Croke Park. Photo Evan Logan
Galway and Monaghan (Group 1) and Dublin and Tyrone (Group 2) will be looking for second winds while Kerry and Kildare (Group 1) and Donegal and Roscommon (Group 2) are seeking the first victories.
Roscommon host Donegal at Dr Hyde Park on Saturday at 5 before Tyrone welcome Dublin to Omagh at 7pm.
On Sunday, Kildare entertain Galway in Newbridge at 2pm with Kerry in Clones for a joust with Monaghan at 4pm.
At Hyde Park, it will be must-win for Donegal and Roscommon.
This will be only the second Championship game between the two. Donegal won 3-11 to 1-9 in Ballybofey in a 2008 qualifier. Michael Murphy, who was just 18 at the time, scored 2-2 for Donegal.
The last competitive clash between them was in the 2017 Allianz League when Donegal won by a point in Dr Hyde Park.
Donegal:Michael Murphy 0-23 (12f, 2 ’45), Patrick McBrearty 0-19 (6f), Jamie Brennan 1-10, Ryan McHugh 2-6
Roscommon:Diarmuid Murtagh 0-21 (11f), Ciaran Murtagh 2-12 (5f), Enda Smith 3-3, Cathal Cregg 0-7