The 'full house' sign will be erected outside Páirc Tailteann when Meath and Dublin face off in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League on Saturday.
Despite being shown live on RTÉ2, the game has already been declared an 11,000 sell-out. It will be the first meeting of the local rivals at the Navan venue in 35 years and a Dublin win would seal their return to Division 1 for next season. The Dubs' last outing against Derry at Celtic Park also attracted a capacity crowd.
The Round 6 tie throws in at 3pm which means spectators won't miss a minute of the big Six Nations rugby clash between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium which kicks off at 5pm.Tweet