Tyrone will face Cork for Round 4 of the All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers following this morning’s draw.
Fermanagh, having only been able to face Tyrone or Kildare due to the repeat pairings rule, will play the Lilywhites after their big win over Mayo.
Ulster semi-finalists Monaghan will take on Laois, while Connacht runners-up Roscommon are facing off against Armagh.
The games will take place this weekend, with times and venues will be confirmed by the CCCC later this afternoon.
That now means that in the Super 8’s, Donegal’s away game will be against Roscommon or Armagh on the weekend of the 21/22 July, while their home game will be against the winner of the clash between Tyrone and Cork on the weekend of the 4/5 August. The neutral game will be played in Croke Park against Dublin on the weekend of the 14th and 15th of July.