Faithful boss Declan Fogarty reckons nerves got the better of both teams during the original fixture.
A much higher scoring game is expected as Offaly and Antrim battle it out again in the All-Ireland Minor Camogie Final this weekend.
Both sides have had highly impressive campaigns so far though, coming through unbeaten, with 25 goals between them in their five games.
Faithful boss Declan Fogarty reckons nerves got the better of both teams during the original fixture two weeks ago, which ended Offaly 13 points, Antrim 2-7:
Throw-in this Sunday in Navan is at 4 o'clock.
We'll have full live commentary on Midlands 103.
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