Derry will meet Mayo in the All Ireland Qualifying Series after the Oak Leafers were handed a difficult dra in Monday morning's Round 2A pairings.
Damian Barton's men were comfortable winners against Waterford in Dungarvan on Saturday but face a step up in class against Stephen Rochford's side who lost their their second Connacht semi-final in a row against Galway last week but will still go into the game as favourites.
The game, which will be played over the weekend of July 1st/2nd, will be only the second Championship meeting between the counties with the last coming in 2007 when Derry won by a margin of 2-13 to 1-6 thanks to goals from Collie Devlin and Enda Muldoon.
Elsewhere Donegal, kick the chance the rebuild their season after Sunday's mauling by Tyrone when they entertain a Longford side with a decent record in the Qualifiers
All Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 2A
Meath v Sligo
Mayo v Derry
Laois v Clare
Donegal v Longford