Armagh v Donegal: TV and live streaming info for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC Qualifier
What time and TV channel is Armagh v Donegal on today in the All-Ireland football qualifiers?
Armagh v Donegal date, throw-in time, TV and stream information, team news, betting odds and more
Chances are both Donegal and Armagh were hoping to see any other name come out of their draw as their next opponent but here we are.
It should prove a closely-fought if not necessarily entertaining match-up based on how Donegal in particular have acquitted themselves this year.
It is probably the draw Kieran McGeeney wanted and Declan Bonner didn’t. Nevertheless, Armagh and Donegal are set to do battle for the second time in the 2022 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
Sunday’s clash will be the third competitive clash between the sides with the Division One tie in Letterkenny dominating the build-up to their subsequent Ulster SFC quarter-final meeting in Ballybofey.
The suspensions and appeals, or lack thereof in Donegal’s case, was the major talking point leading up to April’s huge Championship fixture.
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However, Donegal ran out comfortable winners by seven points with Paddy McBrearty scoring the game’s only goal in a 1-16 to 0-12 success.
Armagh’s Rian O’Neill had a goal controversially ruled out at the start of the second half, but the Orchard County were below-par on the day.
Yet, they bounced back to form in stunning fashion last Sunday in the Athletic Grounds as they defeated 2021 All-Ireland champions Tyrone by six points to revive their own Championship ambitions.
Donegal will also be keen to put their Ulster Final defeat to Derry in the rear-view mirror knowing they are just one win away from a place in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals.