Given the new qualifiers structure this year, the shape of the draw is already ordained to a large extent.
If Donegal beat Galway, Tyrone will face Monaghan in the All-Ireland quarter-finals providing the Red Hands manage to get past Sligo.
However, Galway could also face Monaghan if the Tribesmen beat Donegal.
If Galway beat Donegal, there will be a draw to decide Monaghan's and Mayo's opponents in the quarter-finals, with Tyrone and Sligo also in that half.
Tyrone cannot meet Donegal in the quarter-finals because of their previous clash in Ulster this year while Mayo can also not face Sligo at the last-eight stage following their Connacht Final encounter last weekend.
Victory for Fermanagh against Westmeath at Croke Park this Saturday will set-up an All-Ireland quarter-final against either All-Ireland champions Kerry or 2013 Sam Maguire Cup winners Dublin on 2 August.
Fermanagh's opposition will definitely be Kerry if Cork defeat Kildare on Saturday evening but a Lilywhites victory will mean that the Ernemen can also face All-Ireland favourites Dublin in the last eight.
After beating Donegal in the 2013 Ulster Final, Monaghan were beaten 0-14 to 0-12 by Tyrone in the All-Ireland quarter-finals in a game which is also remembered for an infamous 'professional' foul by Sean Cavanagh on Monaghan attacker Conor McManus.
Final round of All-Ireland SFC qualifiers
Round 4A - Saturday 25 July
Westmeath v Fermanagh, Breffni Park, 17:00 BST
Cork v Kildare, Thurles, 19:00
Round 4B - Saturday 1 August
Sligo v Tyrone, Croke Park, 16:00
Donegal v Galway, Croke Park, 18:00
Kerry v 4A qualifier, 2 August, Croke Park
Dublin v 4A qualifier, 2 August, Croke Park
Monaghan v 4B qualifier, 8 August, Croke Park
Mayo v 4B qualifier, 8 August, Croke Park