This afternoon's three Allianz Football League Division One matches will go ahead after passing early-morning pitch inspections, while there have been no postponements in Division One of the hurling at the time of writing.
The re-scheduled meeting of Mayo and Kerry will get underway in Castlebar from one o'clock, after the original slot of Saturday evening fell foul to Storm Jorge.
Mayo will be keen to pick up a win as they sit in the relegation spots, while Kerry take the trip off the back of last weekend's three-point win over rock-bottom Meath.
Ulster rivals Donegal and Monaghan meet in Ballyshannon at two, with Meath versus Galway in Navan from 2.30 pm.
Donegal have a strong record at that venue, but 'Banty' McEnaney's Monaghan come into the fixture full of confidence after the nine-point defeat of Mayo in Clones last time out.
Meath will be keen to pick up their first points of their league campaign in Navan, while Galway have been extremely convincing so far, with three wins from their opening four outings.
The Division Two match between Fermanagh and Armagh has been postponed, with the CCCC set to confirm re-fixture details tomorrow Monday. Cavan and Clare's meeting goes ahead as scheduled after an inspection this morning at Kingspan Breffni Park.
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There's also a full round of fixtures in the hurling top tier - the pick of the games are in Division One Group A where Galway host Cork and Tipperary welcome Waterford to Thurles.
The other game in that section sees holders Limerick welcome Westmeath to the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
In Division One Group B Brian Cody faces off against his old player Eddie Brennan when Kilkenny take on Laois at UPMC Nowlan Park.
Unbeaten Clare are already through to the next phase and can secure top spot with a win over Dublin in Ennis this afternoon.
Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford, who sit second, take on Carlow at Chadwicks Wexford Park.
The Division 2B hurling fixture between Warwickshire and London is off, with London being handed a walkover.