It’s all in their own hands as Armagh head to Omagh on Sunday in search of two points that will secure their status.
Kieran McGeeney’s side will guarantee Division One football for 2024 if they can overcome their fiercest rivals, Tyrone.
Even in defeat, Armagh can stay up as long as unbeaten table toppers Mayo see off Monaghan in Castlebar.
But Armagh won’t want their fate to rely on other results. They’ll be determined to dictate their own destiny.
Tyrone will be rubbing their hands of course, at the prospect of sending the Orchard packing to Division Two.
Even if that’s not the case, Tyrone will still be highly motivated to get one over on Kieran McGeeney’s men.
The two teams clashed three times last season and on all three occasions, Armagh came out on top.
Tyrone crashed out of the championship and surrendered their All-Ireland crown in the Athletic Grounds last summer.
Tyrone’s poor form carried into this season, but they’ve turned it around and found some form at the right time.
The sight of the green and gold Kerry jersey sparked some much need life into the season, as it always seems to do.
And now, the Red Hands march into the final round with back-to-back wins and an outside chance of reaching the league final.
The tried and trusted foot soldiers like Peter Harte and Mattie Donnelly are responsible for driving the thing on while Darren McCurry remains one of the best forward in the country.
Padraig Hampsey and Michael McKernan head a mean looking defence, with Frank Burns dropping in to help out.
Armagh forwards will need to be on top form and goals will likely be required for the Orchard County to prevail.
But they’ve struggled to raise green flags this season, registering two fortuitous goals to date against Monaghan and Galway.
Armagh have a good record of hitting the net against Tyrone, however. In the last five meetings, Armagh have struck ten goals.
The last time the Orchardmen didn’t find the net against Tyrone was in the 2019 McKenna Cup final.
So, perhaps that is a good omen heading into the weekend. Armagh certainly have the firepower to make it happen.
Andrew Murnin has been outstanding this season, while Rian O’Neill, Jason Duffy and Conor Turbitt all have huge scoring potential.
Rory Grugan and Stefan Campbell can produce magic when it matters, as can Aidan Nugent, who made his return last weekend.
So, it’s in Armagh’s own hands. They know they need to win on Sunday to keep their topflight status, and perhaps that will bring the best out in them.