Arguably the most competitive of the provincial competitions; the Ulster Senior Football Championship will see one of either Donegal or Tyrone eliminated early on.
After Wednesday morning's draw; the two heavy guns will face each other in the quarter-finals as Donegal look to retain their title and Tyrone aim to win the Anglo-Celt for a 16th time.
The winner of this clash will then face the winner of Derry and Armagh in the last four.
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On the other side of the draw then, last year's finalists Cavan will meet 2015 winners Monaghan in a preliminary round.
The winner of this will face Antrim in the quarter-finals while Fermangh and Down will also battle it out for a place in the last four.