The Armagh Ladies are out to secure their third win on the trot and continue their perfect start to the NFL.
They host Monaghan this weekend, in Middletown, a side they are extremely familiar with over the last number of years.
The sides met three times during last season, with the Orchard County coming out on top every time.
Shane McCormack’s ladies have got off to a brilliant start in 2023, defeating Cavan and Roscommon in the opening two rounds.
Two goals from Aoife McCoy and Aoife Lennon secured victory in the opening round of the league against the Breffni Blues.
A personal haul of 2-4 helped Armagh see of Roscommon, despite trailing for most of the first half.
This weekend offers Armagh’s first home game of the season, having been on the road for the previous two rounds.
They have yet to concede a goal in the league, with Anna Carr keeping two clean sheets so far.
Armagh will want that trend to continue, although they could be minus one of their regulars in Shauna Grey.
The Dromintee defender was replaced early in the first half last weekend with through injury. She has been named to start on Sunday however.
McCormack has named the same 15 for the previous two games, although Blaithin Mackin was a late addition to the starting line-up on both occasions.
She’s likely to start at centerfield once again this weekend, alongside Niamh Coleman. That’ll see the versatile Eve Lavery moved to the half forward line.
Armagh haven’t really shot the lights out yet, but that forward line has all the potential to cause havoc on its day.
Aimee Mackin has claimed 2-7 across Armagh’s two encounters and remains the main threat at the attacking end of the field.
Kelly Mallon, Alex Clarke and Aoife McCoy are also capable of putting up big scores, as are all the Armagh attackers.
The solidarity at the back along with the firepower in the team should point to an Armagh win, which will mean they remain top of Division Two.