A date and time for Kildare's meeting with Tyrone is to be confirmed later this afternoon.
The draw for the Third Round of the qualifers took place this morning.
The Lilywhites will be at home in St. Conleth's Park.
The match will take place next weekend.
Elsewhere, Mayo are away to Armagh; Westmeath will be home to Clare; Laois play Offaly
Dublin's 9th Leinster senior football title in a row may have come at a cost.
Defender James McCarthy limped out of the comfortable 1-17 to 4 points win against Meath at Croke Park with an apparent knee injury.
The Ballymun Kickhams man was seen leaving the stadium on crutches.
Dublin will be back in action in just under three weeks for their opening game of the Super 8s
The Kildare team to play Laois in the EirGrid Leinster U20 Football Championship in St. Conleth’s Park, at 7.30pm has been named
In goal: Aaron O’Neill, Carbury
Niall O’Sullivan, Maynooth
Mark Barrett, Ballymore Eustace
Caolan Halpin, Ballymore Eustace
Evin McGovern, Rathcoffey
DJ Earley, Monasterevan
Daragh Ryan, Sarsfields (Capt)
James Carey, Carbury and James Burke, Naas
Liam O’Flynn, Celbridge
Darragh Kirwan, Naas
Brian McDonnell, Sarsfields
Colm Joyce, Naas
Jack Cully, Carbury
Luke Griffin, Naas
Kfm will have commentary of tomorrow night’s match.
Newcastle United have announced that Rafael Benítez will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of this month.
The club says it's not been possible to agree a contract extension.
It's reported that Manchester City are winning the race to sign Leicester defender Harry Maguire.
Maguire had long been linked with a move to City's cross-town rivals United, but it appears City are now favourites to get his signature.
The reported fee of 80 million pounds would make him the world's most expensive defender.
The quarter finals line-up continue to take shape today at the Women's World Cup.
Defending champions USA can book a last eight meeting with hosts France, if they get better of Spain at five o clock.
The eight o'clock kickoff sees Sweden face Canada in Paris, with the winner booking a date with two-time winners Germany.
A fundraising website set up by sacked Australian rugby player Israel Folau ((pron: full-OW)) has been shut down.
His contract was terminated when he posted homophobic comments on social media in April.
Folau began asking for public donations to help him with a legal fight against Rugby Australia - arguing he'd been dismissed unlawfully.
Website GoFundMe.com said the page he set up violated its rules.
Today’s racing is in Ballinrobe from 5.50pm
This evening’s Kildare Scoreboard from 6.25pm will review all the Kildare weekend sport, including reports and interviews.