The GAA have confirmed the fixtures for the All Ireland Championships over the coming weeks.
Donegal and Dublin's Quarter Finals with the winners of the Round 4B qualifiers between Meath/ Armagh and Monaghan/Kildare has been fixed for Saturday 9th August at Croke Park with the Donegal game throwing in at 4pm and the Dublin match at 6 o'clock.
Both games will be live on Sky Sports.
The 4B qualifiers will be played the week before on Saturday 2nd August also at Croke Park as part of a double header.
If either or both Meath and Monaghan win, Donegal will play the Leinster side as they can't meet Monaghan in the last eight.
That means Dublin would play Monaghan.
If neither win, and Armagh and Kildare come out on top, a draw will determine who will play which of the Provincial Champions in the All Ireland Quarter Finals.
On that same day, the Saturday of the August Bank Holiday weekend, Donegal will take on Roscommon in the All Ireland Minor Championship Quarter Final.
That game is at 3pm at Markievicz Park in Sligo.
This weekend the Round 4A Qualifiers between Cork/Sligo and Galway/Tipperary will be played as a double header in Tullomore on Saturday, with Kerry and Mayo awaiting the winners on Sunday 3rd August.