The draw for the All Ireland championship has not been kind to Dublin.
The Boys in Blue will play the reigning All Ireland champions Tipperary in round two of the All-Ireland hurling qualifiers.
The Dubs recovered from a humbling at the hands of Galway in the Leinster SHC quarter-final by beating Laois by 2-28 to 1-15 last weekend.
Goals from John O'Dwyer and John McGrath helped Tipperary to a 2-18 to 0-15 win over Westmeath.
That'll form part of a double header and is followed by the meeting of Waterford and Kilkenny from 7pm.
Waterford and Kilkenny will go head to head in the other hurling qualifier. The Cats overcame Limerick, Waterford defeated Offaly.
In the football qualifiers, Meath will play host to Donegal, while Mayo make the trip to Ennis to face Clare.
All-Ireland Hurling Round 2 Qualifiers
Dublin v Tipperary, 5pm, Semple Stadium
Waterford v Kilkenny, 7pm, Semple Stadium
All-Ireland Football Round 3A Qualifier
Clare v Mayo, 5pm, Cusack Park
Meath v Donegal, 6pm, Páirc Tailteann