Jim Gavin and the Dublin team will be keeping an eye on the Leinster Championship matches in both Mullingar and Tullamore tomorrow afternoon as the quarter final replay and the first semi-final are up for decision.
The Boys in Blue await the winners of Westmeath and Offaly in the second semi-final on the 25th of June, but first the midlanders' replay throws in at 14:00 tomorrow in TEG Cusack Park.
Westmeath weren't firing on all cylinders last weekend when they drew with Offaly, but they have made strides under Tom Cribbin and can point to two successive Leinster Final appearances as evidence of their development. They can also be optimistic following their Allianz Football League Division Four triumph earlier in the year.
The winners tomorrow go onto face Dublin in the semi-final, and regardless of who it is, the Dubs will be overwhelming favourites to progress to their 7th consecutive Leinster final appearance.
If Dublin are to beat either Westmeath or Offaly, they will face the winners of tomorrow's second Leinster clash, Kildare or Meath, in what is one of the most eagerly anticipated Leinster championship matches in recent times.
The Lilies were promoted back to the top tier of league football despite losing the division two decider against Galway, while Meath finished third, behind both Galway and Kildare.
Kildare boss Cian O'Neill and Meath's Andy McEntee have named the same starting fifteen that beat both Laois and Louth respectively.
Leinster Championship 2017
Quarter Final Replay 17/06/2017
Westmeath v Offaly, TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, 14:00
Semi Final 17/06/2017
Kildare v Meath, O'Connor Park, Tullamore, 19:00
Semi Final 25/06/2017
Dublin v Westmeath/Offaly, Croke Park, 16:00
Kildare/Meath v Dublin/Westmeath/Offaly, Croke Park, 16:00