Glensmen can better Breffni

ANTRIM v CAVAN (Casement Pk, Tom, 2.0)

INJURIES abound with Antrim minus regulars Michael McGill, Tomás McCann and Andy McClean, and Cavan down Ronan Flanagan, Kevin Tierney, Niall Smith and Eugene Keating.

ODDS: Antrim 4/5, Draw 7/1, Cavan 13/10


MONAGHAN v MEATH (Clones, Tom, 2.0)

JOE SHERIDAN takes his midfield experiment into the league for the Royals who are still without the likes of Kevin Reilly, Stephen Bray, Shane O'Rourke and Seamus Kenny against a Farney team for whom Tommy Freeman confirmed he would be returning this week.

ODDS: Monaghan EVS, Draw 7/1, Meath 11/0


WICKLOW v FERMANAGH (Aughrim, Tom, 2.0)

A REPEAT of last year's Division 4 final when Wicklow rose to the Croke Park occasion and ended Peter Canavan's unblemished spring record. Harry Murphy's men are without Leighton Glynn and Stephen Kelly but otherwise, have a full deck.

ODDS: EVS, Draw 7/1, 11/10

VERDICT: Wicklow

ROSCOMMON v SLIGO (Hyde Pk, Tom, 2.0)

A RENEWAL of local rivalries at the Hyde, with John Evans overseeing his first outing as Rossies boss. Sligo remain without Charlie Harrison, while both Pat Hughes and Niall Murphy are injured.

ODDS: Roscommon 4/6, Draw 7/1, Sligo 13/8 VERDICT: Roscommon

LONDON v OFFALY (Ruislip, Tomorrow, 2.0)

OPTIMISM prevails in Offaly after a heartening January. Emmet McDonnell has his players fit and playing to a defined pattern and they should be much more competitive this spring.

ODDS: London 10/1, Draw 14/1, Offaly 1/20


CLARE v WATERFORD (Ennis, Tom, 2.0)

MICKO'S first stand – and that of former Kildare selector, Niall Carew too – should bring a larger-than customary crowd to Ennis tomorrow.

ODDS: Clare 8/15, Draw 7/1, Waterford 2/1


LIMERICK v LEITRIM (Gaelic Grounds, Tom, 2.0)

ORDINARILY this would be a 'banker' home win but Leitrim's FBD exploits make them one to watch in the bottom rung.

ODDS: Limerick 4/9, Draw 7/1, Leitrim 5/2

VERDICT: Limerick

TIPPERARY v CARLOW (Thurles, Tom, 2.0)

PETER CREEDON has the benefit of half a year's experience over newby Anthony Rainbow and a much more settled squad.

ODDS: Tipperary 2/9, Draw 10/1, Carlow 4/1

VERDICT: Tipperary