Liam Kearns' side can still progress to the semi-final stages.
Louth are already into the semi finals of Leinster football's O'Byrne Cup and they will learn their opponents this evening, once Dublin and Offaly complete their encounter at Parnell Park.
Ian Duffy is named in goal for Liam Kearns' side, while Cian O'Donohue, Shane O'Toole-Greene, Ruairi McNamee, and Luke Egan all come in for this evening's action as well.
Liam Kearns has named his O'Byrne Cup Senior football team to face @DubGAAOfficial— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) January 10, 2023
The very best of luck lads.
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The winners of the Meath - Longford game in Ashbourne will qualify for the final.
Mean while Billy Sheehan has rung the changes ahead of his side's final O'Byrne Cup match this evening in Stradbally.
Laois show 12 changes from their last outing where they finished level with Meath.
The three players that remain from Saturday's contest are Trevor Collins, Paul Kingston, and Robbie Pigott.
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Neither side can qualify beyond tonight's fixture.
All of the matches throw in at 8.