Waterford and Claire lead in the Meisterst All-Ireland quarter-finals today.
These teams, who have secured a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals, have a chance to join provincial champions Kilkenny and Limerick in the last four.
But before throwing a ball, Gaelic rounds will be on the lookout for developments as Tipperary and Galway clash in the opposite quarter-final.
If Galway wins that match, they will face Limerick and Claire or Waterford face Kilkenny for a place in the All-Ireland final.
However, if Tipperary wins, Claire will open the scoring on Monday.
But a win over provincial runners-up Galway or Waterford would confirm the pair, as they will not be able to face their provincial opponents in the last four.
Despite the defeat to Limerick in the Monster Decider, Days will continue to be confident after performing enthusiastically against the contract men.
The banner is on the verge of the All-Ireland semi-final.
Limerick of Munster defeated them and escaped a three-goal attack against Laois, playing the last six before surprising Wexford last weekend.