At the top of Division 2A, Culloville can go to the top of the league with a win over Tir na nOg on Friday (7.30pm).
The Blues have won their last four games, including a six-point victory over league leaders St Patrick’s.
Tir na nOg on the other hand picked up just their second win of the campaign last week, when they saw off St Paul’s.
The sides, who both came up from Division 2B last season, were evenly matched when they met earlier on in the year. They draw 2-8 to 0-14.
St Paul’s have the chance to bounce back from that defeat on Friday evening (7.30pm) when they host Tullysaran.
The Lurgan men are still well in the promotion shake up and sit just two-points above Friday’s opponents.
Tullysaran lost to Carrickcruppen in their last outings and have lost their last three games on the trot.
There’s a huge two-points up for grabs at the bottom of Division 2A as Pearse Og take on Wolfe Tones on Sunday (2pm).
Both sides are locked on four-points at the foot of the division, with an identical record of two wins and six defeats.
The Ogs were two-point winners when these sides clashed in round three and will have home advantage this weekend.
There’s plenty of action in Division 2B this weekend, with games spread across Friday (7.30pm) and Sunday (2pm).
Keady have the chance to extend their lead at the top of the table as they meet Forkhill on Friday before hosting Whitecross on Sunday.
Whitecross are also out twice this week and will still have a big say in the promotion shake up. They sit in fourth place, three-points off the league leaders.
The St Killian’s men take on Annaghmore on Friday evening and can overtake them in the table with a win.
Cross IIs can close the gap at the bottom of the table if they beat Derrynoose. A win will see them sit just one-point behind Paul Hagan’s side.
While on Sunday, Derrynoose take on Belleek as Cross IIs meet Middletown in a repeat of last week’s clash.
Middletown are also out on Friday night however, and they’ll face the challenge of hosting Belleek.
Six teams have two games on Friday and Sunday, so this is a massive weekend at both ends of the table in Division 2B.