Last year, Armagh and Galway provided the game of the season in Croke Park that neither team deserved to lose.
It was Kieran McGeeney’s men who did ultimately crash out of the All-Ireland race, after a dramatic penalty shootout.
Armagh have the chance to get one back over the Tribesmen, who have notoriously been a tough nut to crack for the Orchard County.
Since last beating Galway, on the final day of the league back in 2013, the sides have met five times.
Barring the league draw in 2016, Galway have held the upper hand in both league and championship.
Armagh will want to set the record straight but more importantly, there are a huge two points up for grabs and both teams will be hoping to leave with them.
Armagh’s win over Donegal provided them with a bit of breathing space, but not enough that they can take the foot off the gas. Armagh are still looking anxiously over their shoulder.
Huge two points
The head-to-head advantage they hold over Monaghan and Donegal could prove vital come the last day. A win wouldn’t leave Armagh save, mathematically, but it would certainly help.
A loss on the other hand would see the winner of Tyrone and Monaghan climb above them heading into the final round.
Galway won’t be too comfortable just yet, but they head to Armagh full of confidence having only lost once throughout the campaign. Plus, they’re starting to get some key men back.
Damian Comer’s injury wasn’t as bad as initially feared, and he could see game time while Rob Finnerty and Shane Walsh are both back in contention.
Matthew Tierney has been one of the in-form players in the country so far in 2023 and will take some watching while 2018 All-Star Ian Burke is back in the panel. They will be without the suspended Peter Cooke, however.
Kieran McGeeney is still missing a number of regular starters, but Rory Grugan returned to kick a point against Donegal.
When needed, the likes of Jarly Og Burns and Rian O’Neill stood up that night and got Armagh over the line.
Those are the players that Armagh will be looking towards in the heat of battle and with revenge on their minds, Armagh might just have enough to get the job done and secure a home win.