Of the last four meetings between Armagh and Roscommon, both have recorded two wins and two losses.
Their two most recent clashes were in the league, and Armagh claimed victory in the 2021 relegation playoff.
In championship, Roscommon gained the upper hand in their last meeting, coming in a 2018 qualifier.
In 2014, it was Armagh who came out on top, on their way to reaching the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
2021: Armagh 1-17 Roscommon 0-11 (National Football League Play-off)
Armagh’s first season back in Division One proved a positive one. They beat Monaghan, lost to Tyrone and drew with Donegal in the regional group stages.
That saw them make the relegation playoff. Armagh welcomed Roscommon to the Athletic Grounds for a winner takes all clash.
An Oisin O’Neill goal made all the difference in the opening half as Armagh led at the break 1-7 to 0-7.
The home side pushed on after the turnaround and never looked back, securing their status with a nine-point win.
2020: Armagh 0-15 Roscommon 3-10 (National Football League R6)
The first game back after the Covid hiatus, these two teams were battling it out for promotion to the top tier.
Armagh made the brighter start and held a two-point lead at the half time interval. 0-8 to 1-3.
But the game turned dramatically on it’s head after the restart, with the Rossies nailing two second half goal.
Armagh would eventually earn promotion with a win over Clare the next day out. The pair both reached the topflight.
2018: Roscommon 2-22 Armagh 1-19 (Qualifiers R4)
This was a game of the season contender in the baking heat of Portlaoise and Roscommon ultimately gained the upper hand.
It was end to end stuff and the Rossies just edged ahead by the time the short whistle sounded, leading 1-11 to 0-12.
Roscommon made the better start to the second half, but a Mark Shields goal dragged Armagh back into contention.
A late rally from the Connacht men, who outscored Armagh 1-4 to 0-1 in the closing stages, saw them through to the Super 8s.
2014: Roscommon 1-12 Armagh 1-17 (Qualifiers R3)
2014 was a memorable year for the Orchard County and Kieran McGeeney’s first involvement in the management team.
Armagh went on to reach the last eight of the All-Ireland series for the first time since 2008, seeing off Roscommon along the way.
They’d already beaten Tyrone in the qualifiers and followed that up with a difficult away victory over the Rossies.
Jamie Clarke and Tony Kernan both hit 0-4 apiece while Stefan Forker rattled the net for Paul Grimley’s men.