The Dublin footballers could play Cork, Kildare or Fermanagh in the All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals at Croke Park next month.
The Boys in Blue and Kerry will play their last-eight ties as part of a double header at headquarters on Sunday August 2nd with throw-in times yet to be confirmed.
There may yet be a draw to see which teams the Leinster and Munster champions will face but neither can face their opponents from the provincial finals, so if Cork and Westemath progress, Dublin will face Cork and Kerry will take on Westmeath.
If neither team progresses the Association will have a draw to determine which teams will clash.
4A Qualifiers - Saturday 25 July
Fermanagh v Westmeath, Kingspan Breffni Park, 5pm (Live on Sky Sports)
Kildare v Cork, Thurles, 7pm (Live on Sky Sports)
4B Qualifiers- Saturday, 1 August
Sligo v Tyrone, Croke Park, 4pm (Live on Sky Sports)
Donegal v Galway, Croke Park, 6pm (Live on Sky Sports)
All-Ireland Quarter finals - Sunday 2 August
Kerry v 4A winner, Croke Park, TBC (Live on RTÉ)
Dublin v 4A winner, Croke Park, TBC (Live on RTÉ)
Meanwhile, the Davey Byrne controversy hasn't been a distraction for the Dublin panel according to forward Bernard Brogan.
The GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee last week requested further information on the incident in the challenge match versus Armagh that led to forward Byrne being hospitalised.
Brogan insists it hasn't been a big issue within the panel