A win against the Yeats County would propel them to a semi-final.
Offaly could potentially only need to win three games to return to the Joe McDonagh Cup.
They've been drawn against Sligo in Group B of the competition with the winner advancing to the final four and loser playing in a quarter-final.
Group A will be a round robin between Wicklow, Roscommon and Derry, the top two heading straight to the last four and the third placed team taking on the loser of the Group B tie.
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The winner of the final is promoted in 2022 while the loser of the quarter-final will drop to Nicky Rackard level.
Michael Fennelly will fancy his sides chances against the Nicky Rackard winners from 2019 and should see this as a great opportunity to reach the final.
Group A: Wicklow, Roscommon, Derry.
Group B: Offaly, Sligo.