In round 2-B the feature tie is Tyrone against the losers of Monaghan and Armagh.
Should it be Armagh, the match will take place in Omagh as Tyrone were drawn out of the bowl first.
Should Monaghan lose this weekend, they will have home advantage as they beat Mickey Harte's side already in this year's championship.
The game will be played on Saturday 12th July.
Tyrone progressed to the next stage by comfortably beating Louth 2-12 to 0-10 on Saturday.
The other games are Kildare travel to Down, Carlow welcome Clare and Cavan face Roscommon at Kingspan Breffini park.
In round 2-A Wexford host Laois, Tipperary welcome Longford, Limerick face Antrim and Wicklow meet Sligo.