*Eoin Cleary tackled by Meath’s Conor McGill. Photograph: Martin Connolly
Clare’s opponents for the All-Ireland SFC round four qualifier have been announced.
They will face Meath over the weekend. It comes off the back of their one point victory against Westmeath.
Andy McEntee’s Meath side ave not lined out since their provincial final defeat to Dublin, going down on a scoreline 1-17 0-04.
It will be their second meeting this year, the sides already clashed in Division 2 of the Allianz National Football League with Meath securing 1-12 1-07 win in Cusack Park on St Patrick’s Day.
Meelick’s Kevin Harnett is still out of action through injury with Conall Ó hÁiniféin expected to miss the tie having sustained damage to his shoulder in Saturday’s win.
Times and venues for all round four games will be confirmed later this afternoon.
All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Draw –
Cork v Laois
Meath v Clare
Cavan v Tyrone
Galway v Mayo
(Neutral venues) #gaa
— Paudie McMahon (@thepmanofficial) July 1, 2019
A win for Colm Collins’ side would see them square up with Donegal, Kerry and the winners of Galway/Mayo in the Super 8s.
Group 1: Dublin, Roscommon, Cavan/Tyrone, Cork/Laois
Group 2: Kerry, Donegal, Meath/Clare, Galway/Mayo