Mayo and Tyrone have avoided each other in the draw for the third round of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifiers.
The Westerners have been paired with Kildare, while Tyrone will take on Ulster rivals Cavan.
Mayo beat the Lillywhites by five points when they met in Division 1 of the League in Newbridge in March.
Cavan held Tyrone to draw in the Ulster semi finals two years ago, but were comprehensively beaten in the replay.
Having beaten Offaly in Tullamore yesterday, Clare have been handed a trip to Armagh.
While Leitrim and Monaghan have been drawn together in what will be the first ever Championship meeting of the two counties.
The games will be played at the weekend.
The venues and throw in times will be confirmed later today.
Meanwhile, Dublin manager Jim Gavin insists that Stephen Cluxton will be fit for their Super 8’s opener against Donegal in three weeks time.
The influential goalkeeper was a late withdrawal from the Dubs comprehensive 1-25 to 10 points victory over Laois in the Leinster final at Croke Park yesterday.
Donegal head into the inaugural Super 8s as Ulster Champions.
Declan Bonner’s side lifted the Anglo Celt Cup for the first time in 4 years thanks to a 2-18 to 12 points victory over Fermanagh in Clones yesterday.