The All-Ireland action comes thick and fast this weekend and weï¿½re getting in on the act with another enhancement to get stuck into.
Hereï¿½s our preview of the matches that matter.
Armagh have already secured impressive wins over Tyrone and Roscommon in qualifiers and the Orchard County can continue their run of form against Meath.
The Royal County have fared badly against Ulster sides in the recent past and look vulnerable here.
Armaghï¿½s star forward Jamie Clarke could make the difference in what may shape up to be a tight affair.
Monaghan may still be smarting from their Ulster final loss to Donegal but they can expect to bounce back against Kildare.
The Lilywhites have been out-of-sorts all-year and were fortunate to avoid what would have been a surprise defeat to Clare in the previous round.
And despite their excellent record in qualifiers, Monaghanï¿½s mean defence is likely to prove too strong on this occasion.
Kerry have already produced the performance of the year in beating Cork by 12 points to land the Munster title.
But their appetite for success will remain strong and that could spell bad news for Galway.
The Tribesmenï¿½s leaky defence is still a concern and despite their resurgence their defensive weaknesses could be apparent when they take on their rampant opponents.
Runners-up in the last two All-Ireland finals, Mayo are on the march again having already taken the spoils in Connacht.
An injury-free Cillian O’Connor is capable of running rings around Corkï¿½s suspect defence in what appears to be a test too far for the Rebel County.
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