Cavan take on Donegal today with a place in the Ulster senior football championship at stake.
Mickey Graham will be hoping for a repeat of the result the last time these two sides met in the Ulster Championship. Cavan and Donegal contested the final in 2020, with Cavan emerging victorious and picking up their first title in 23 years.
In terms of form, both sides picked up impressive victories last time out. Cavan breezed past Antrim, while Donegal relished in their underdog status against Armagh, picking up a comfortable victory in Ballybofey.
Oisín Langan is an injury doubt for Donegal. Neither side has named their team yet for today’s clash.
Here’s what you need to know:
Clones in Monaghan
Time and date
4pm on Sunday, May 8th
The game will be shown live on both RTE 2 and BBC NI.
The match can be streamed on the RTE player and the BBC iPlayer in the UK.
Mickey Graham: “Donegal have been the most consistent team in Ulster this past 10 years and they can back that up with all the titles they’ve won and finals they’ve got to. So it’s going to be a huge step up for us.
“They were very impressive against Armagh. A lot of people thought going into that game that Armagh would cause an upset but Donegal showed all their experience and were very impressive.
“They have huge quality from the goalkeeper right up to the full-forward line and they have players of equal quality to come in and finish the job of.”
Declan Bonner: “This is where you really need to step up to the mark and prove your worth.
“We certainly were not favourites against Armagh but we rose to the challenge.
“Now the test for my players is to do the same against Cavan on Sunday.”
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