Galway will face Armagh in their final round game in group two of the All Ireland SFC on Sunday June 18.
Avant Money Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada in Carrick on Shannon will be the venue for this one.
Galway are top of the table and guaranteed a place in the last 12 of the competition.
Win or draw against the Orchard County and Padraic Joyce’s side will be into the quarter finals.
Tyrone and Westmeath square off on the same day, and a win for Westmeath could see them leapfrog into a qualifying spot.
The last time Galway and Armagh met in championship football was in the controversially thrilling All Ireland quarter final last summer, in which the Tribesmen won out on penalties.