Westmeath, Laois and Offaly all still have something to play for.
Westmeath will be aiming to secure promotion to Division One of the Allianz Football Leagues tomorrow.
They travel to Newbridge to play Kildare knowing a win could see them return to the top tier.
They'll have to better Armagh's result away to Clare to do so, both are currently level on points, with the orchard county having the superior score difference.
Throw-in is at 2 o'clock.
At the same time Laois travel to Fermanagh knowing they need a win to maintain their place in division two.
The O'Moore county will be relegated by a defeat or a draw depending on score difference.
If they do manage to defeat the Ernesiders, they'll still need one of Clare, Kildare or Cavan to lose their final game to be assured of safety.
Meanwhile on Sunday Offaly host Derry needing a point to be assured that Leitrim can't leap-frog them in division three.
John Maughan's side sit two points above Leitrim in sixth in the table, Tipperary make the trip to Carrick-on-Shannon to face them this weekend.
Both games there are set for a 2pm throw-in.
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