Legendary Dublin goalkeeper Paddy Cullen can only see one winner of Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final between Dublin and Meath.
Dublin have the luxury of going into Saturday's final round robin game with Meath safe in the knowledge that they have already qualified for the 2016 Provincial Final.
Paddy Andrews has handed Dublin manager Jim Gavin a fitness boost ahead of Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final against Meath.
Former Laois star Peter O'Leary has accused GAA chiefs of favouring bigger counties, specifically Dublin.
Here are our previews for all seven football championship matches taking place across the country this weekend.
Meath manager Mick O'Dowd has decided to keep faith with the same starting fifteen for Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final clash against Dublin at Croke Park (throw-in 6.35pm).
Patrons at Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final double-header in Croke Park will be able to watch the Republic of Ireland V France on the big screen.
There's another potential conflict of interests as two more of this weekend's championship matches are colliding directly with Northern Ireland's last-sixteen tie.
Jim Gavin says the Dublin footballers will be tuning in to the Ireland-France match on Sunday.
Leinster Council have deferred the throw in times of Sunday's provincial football semi-finals so fans can watch Ireland's Euro 2016 game against France. Do you agree?
Mickey Burke didn't appreciate the fall-out after Meath's defeat to Dublin in 2014.
Paul Flynn knows only too well that Dublin V Meath games can take on a life of their own.
The throw-in times for Sunday's games have been put back due to Ireland's qualification in the European Championship.
Ahead of Saturday's final round robin TG4 Leinster Championship game with Meath, Dublin LGFA asked goalkeeper Ciara Trant a few questions and she gave us some interesting answers...
The memory of the day Meath put five goals past Dublin ensures midfielder Denis Bastick won't take the Royals for granted in this Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-fin
The dates, times and venues for Round 2A of the football qualifiers and Round 1 of the hurling qualifiers have been announced.
Derry captain Chrissy McKaigue empathizes with Louth following their six-day turnaround woes.
If Antrim win Saturday night's re-fixed Christy Ring Cup final, there will be teams from all four provinces contesting next summer's Leinster SHC.
If the Republic of Ireland beat Italy tomorrow, it could present Leinster Council with a nightmare fixture clash.
Selector Pat Ryan says Saturday week's Qualifier against Dublin presents Cork's hurlers with a chance to "put a bit of pride back in the jersey".
With six games down for decision over the weekend, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our football team of the week...
Tipperary lead the way on our hurling team of the week...