Armagh finish off the group stages of the All-Ireland series on Sunday afternoon as they take on Galway in Carrick-on-Shannon.
It’s most likely that Armagh will end up in a preliminary quarter-final, but they can still top the group if things go their way.
Of course, there is a huge outside chance of them exiting the championship altogether, but that’s extremely unlikely.
While a result in Breffni Park between Tyrone and Westmeath could ultimately decide their own fate, Armagh will only be concerned with what they can do.
The last two meetings between Armagh and Galway were polar opposites, so it’s hard to know what to expect.
Last years All-Ireland quarter-final, in Croke Park was an absolute classic that literally had everything.
The Tribesmen prevailed following a penalty shootout and made it all the way to the All-Ireland final.
This year though, when the sides met in the league, it was a slow and defensive game that was lightyears away from last season’s epic.
Armagh made a brilliantly start to the game but faded in the second half and struggled for scores.
Galway nabbed ahead in the end, with a late Matthew Tierney goal helping them earn a 1-8 to 1-6 victory.
Padraic Joyce’s side are lots of people’s favourites to go all the way this season and claim the Sam Maguire.
From last season, they’ve recalled Peter Cooke and Ian Burke to the squad while John Maher has emerged as a really important player.
Add that to their star names such as Sean Kelly, John Daly, Paul Conroy, Shane Walsh and Damian Comer and Galway have key men in every position.
James Morgan picked up Walsh last season, but he’s set to miss out through injury, so Conor O’Neill could get that job.
Aidan Forker is likely to renew acquaintances with Comer on the edge of the square with Aaron McKay possibly on Rob Finnerty.
In the absence of Rian O’Neill in attack, Armagh are going to need someone to stand up and replace him.
Andrew Murnin has been fantastic this season, and he’ll likely draw the attention of Galway captain Sean Kelly.
Conor Turbitt and Stefan Campbell are other huge scoring threats in the Armagh forward line that still has huge potential.
It’s impossible to predict what will happen and how it will all pan out. But Armagh’s sole focus will be to get back to winning ways and claim a first ever championship victory over Galway.