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|Dates: 10 & 11 February Coverage: Live on Radio Ulster 1341 MW and BBC Sport website - 18:45 GMT Saturday, 13:45 GMT Sunday|
Sunday's scheduled Football League games involving Monaghan, Cavan, Derry and Fermanagh have been postponed because of adverse weather.
Monaghan had been scheduled to play Kerry at Inniskeen in Division One, with Cavan set to face Meath in Division Two at Kingspan Breffni.
Derry's fixture against Offaly in Division Three has been called off.
Fermanagh's Division Three fixture with Sligo at Markievicz Park has also fallen victim of the weather.
Antrim against Wicklow at Corrigan Park is on after a pitch inspection.
Antrim are top of the Division Four table after two wins from two and Lenny Harbinson's side will start as favourites against a Wicklow side with just a point from their opening two outings.
The Division Two clash between Roscommon and Down at Dr Hyde Park was also subject to an inspection but will go ahead as planned with a 14:00 GMT throw-in.
The pitches at Inniskeen, Breffni Park and Markievicz Park all failed inspections on Sunday morning, with Celtic Park also being considered unplayable after 12:00 GMT.
Cavan's fixture had been moved from Saturday to Sunday after the Breffni Park pitch was deemed waterlogged on Saturday evening.
Fermanagh had made a 100% start to their league campaign under new manager Rory Gallagher, enjoying wins over Offaly and Wexford at Brewster Park.
Cavan began the weekend tied at the top of Division Two standings alongside Meath and Roscommon, with all three teams registering a win and a draw from their two opening matches.
Monaghan had bounced back from an opening day defeat by Mayo in Clones by seeing off Kildare in Newbridge last weekend.
Derry have made a disappointing start to their Division Three campaign, losing to Longford and Westmeath.
New dates for the postponed games are expected to be announced on Monday.