The Armagh hurlers are back in action this weekend following a two week break in their Division 3A league campaign.
Armagh head into the game, away to Roscommon, off the back of a brilliant win over Mayo the last day out.
Karl McKeegan’s team trailed by three-points at half time but showed great character to turn it around in the second half.
Goals from Danny Magee and Fionntan Donnelly mounted a massive comeback that earned Armagh the two points on offer.
Another win this weekend would set the Orchard County up brilliantly for a spot in the Division 3A league final.
Roscommon haven’t been in the best of form from the start of the league, drawing two of their three games.
They finished level with Mayo on the opening day before also drawing with Fermanagh in round three.
Those results were split by the one loss on their record, with Louth winning 2-16 to 0-15, in Dr Hyde Park.
Armagh likewise only have one loss on their record, a round two defeat to table toppers Monaghan.
But they picked up maximum points against Louth on the opening day and against Mayo two weeks ago.
Armagh will carry the favourites tag into the clash and should have Tomas Galvin back from suspension.
When Armagh score goals, like they did against the Wee County and Mayo, they usually win the game.
They’ll look to the likes of Donnelly, Magee, Galvin Sean Og McGuinness and Shea Harvey to keep the scoreboard ticking off.
It’s the first time Armagh have faced the Rossies since their humiliating defeat in the Nickey Rackard Cup last season.
Roscommon were much the better side on the day and showed absolutely no mercy on the scoreboard. That’s bound to hurt the hurlers heading to Dr Hyde Park.
A win will be a big step towards a league final, some silverware and promotion. So, Armagh will be fully focused on turning over their hosts.