After both sides suffered comprehensive defeats in the opening Championship games of 2015, Longford and Carlow will square off for a place in the next round of the qualifiers.
Carlow were trounced 3-16 to o-08 by neighbours Laois at Netwatch Cullen Park last month, while Jack Sheedy's Longford had a high-profile 27-point trimming at the hands of Dublin in Croke Park that has led to renewed calls for a change in the Championship structure.
The two Leinster sides were pitted against each other in 1A of the football qualifiers, with Longford to enjoy home advantage on June 20th.
Elsewhere in 1A, London will host Cavan, Waterford will have home advantage over Offaly while Antrim will travel to face the loser of the replay involving Kildare and Laois.
Mickey Harte's Tyrone will look to put their defeat to Donegal behind them when Limerick travel to Omagh, while Louth and Leitrim will be a novel pairing.
The reaming two qualifiers are dependent on the results of the matches involving Armagh and Donegal, Meath and Wicklow and Wexford versus Westmeath.
London vs Cavan
Loser of Kildare/Laois vs Antrim
Longford vs Carlow
Waterford vs Offaly
Tyrone vs Limerick
Louth vs Leitrim
Loser of Armagh/Donegal vs Loser of Meath/Wicklow
Loser of Wexford/Westmeath vs Down