Lissycasey and Corofin meet in a repeat of last year’s third round tie to see who advances to the senior football championship quarter-finals.
Goals from Jamie Malone and Eoin Davoren gave Corofin a 2-9 to 1-9 victory to reach the same stage in 2018.
After respective opening round defeats, it’s now winner-takes-all with the losers exiting the race for the Jack Daly Cup.
Throw-in at Cusack Park is 4.15pm and we’ll have live coverage here on Clare FM, in association with Dulick Motors Gort Road, Ennis.
That’s followed by the meeting of Clondegad and Éire Óg at 5.45pm.
The black and red must beat the Townies by at least eight points to take their place in the quarter-finals.
The Ennis outfit will top Group 4 ahead of Cratloe if they avoid defeat in Cusack Park.
Beforehand, he meeting of Kilmihil and Kilrush Shamrocks is considered the hardest to call this weekend in the senior football championship.
Both teams are 33/1 in the betting to win the Jack Daly Cup while Kilmihil are just marginal favourites in this encounter.
Throw-in at Cooraclare is 2.30pm and we’ll have regular updates here on Clare FM.
There’s also three games today in the intermediate championship.
O’Curry’s and Shannon Gaels have both reached the quarter-finals and they’ll sort out top spot in Group 3 at 4pm in Kilrush.
Liscannor and Wolfe Tones meet in a straight shoot-out for qualification from Group 1 in Gurteen at 5pm.
And a draw will suffice for St. Joseph’s Doora/Barefield against a Naomh Eoin team needing victory in Group 2 at 5.45pm in Labasheeda.
There’s one Junior A Football quarter-final today to see who joins Ballyvaughan, Banner and Michael Cusacks in the final four.
Clooney/Quin take on Meelick at 5pm in Shannon.
And the first relegation semi-final also throws in this evening.
Cooraclare are up against Doonbeg in Kilrush at 5.30pm.
In hurling, there is one title up for grabs today.
Banner meet Smith O’Brien’s in the Junior B League Final.
That starts in Tulla at 5pm.