Donegal Masters GAA team are back in action this Saturday when they travel to Ballymote (Sligo) to take on Galway in the play-off game with the winners through to the All-Ireland semi-final.
Donegal finished level with Galway and Laois in second place in their group. Last weekend Galway defeated Laois (after extra-time) and Saturday's game will decide who will meet Roscommon in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Tyrone and Dublin will meet in the other All-Ireland semi-final.
Donegal have had a break since their last game, a big win over Cavan, and manager Val Murray is hoping to have a full deck to pick from on Saturday.
"We have had a good break and hopefully we are ready for this challenge. There is an incentive for us in that we have avoided Dublin in the semi-final draw if we can get through," said Murray.