The Armagh Ladies will hope to continue their winning ways when they welcome Westmeath to the Athletic Grounds.
Shane McCormack’s side are unbeaten after five games and sit at the top of the Division Two league table.
They are currently three-points clear of Tipperary, who they face in the final round next weekend.
Armagh have defeated Cavan, Roscommon, Monaghan, Tyrone and Laois to claim 15 points from a possible 15.
It’s been three weeks from their last outing, when they defeated Laois in the Athletic Grounds by five-points.
It was the only game this season that Armagh haven’t hit the net, but they still did enough to earn a 0-10 to 0-5 victory.
Promotion has been the goal throughout the year and over the last few seasons, and Armagh look well on their way to achieving that target.
A win tomorrow would guarantee them a league final place, and sixty minutes away from promotion and a league title.
But Armagh won’t take the foot off the gas. They’ve started brilliantly and they’ll want to continue that trend throughout the rest of the campaign.
They reached the Division Two final last year as well of course, but they fell at the final hurdle in Croke Park.
Kerry just shaded that encounter with a goal the difference between the sides once the final whistle sounded.
Perhaps that hurt has been driving the Ulster Champions throughout the winter and they’re intent on righting those wrongs this year.
They’ll have home advantage against Westmeath, who’s form has been fairly mixed throughout the campaign.
They put seven goals past Laois to earn their first win while they also defeated Roscommon away from home.
Other than that, they’ve lost to Tipperary, Cavan and more recently Tyrone to sit third from bottom.
Armagh, as they have been in all their games, will be huge favourites and should continue their winning streak.