The G-A-A are said to have backed down in the row with Kildare over the venue of their third round qualifier.
Reports claim the match against Mayo will take place in Newbridge.
The fixture was due to be played as part of a double header with the Cavan – Tyrone game, but Kildare refused to line out at Croke Park.
The G-A-A had safety and capacity issues with St Conleth’s Park, but the match looks set to be played at Newbridge ground on Saturday with a 7 o’clock throw in.
Kildare’s success in securing Newbridge as a venue for their round 3 qualifier against Mayo has set Twitter alight.
Newbridge is the top trend in Ireland as media reports say a deal is set to be announced, with St Conleth’s Park hosting the game at 7pm.
The game had previously been fixed for Croke Park but was the subject of a two-day standoff between Kildare and the GAA.