Tipp manager Liam Kearns says the league standings could go any way – but expects this round 4 encounter to be the key weekend.
His senior footballers are in action tomorrow afternoon, facing old rivals Armagh.
The Premier overcame Donegal last time out, having lost out against Meath and drawing with Fermanagh.
Armagh will make for strong opposition, and are expected to play free flowing football.
However, Liam Kearns says if they set up defensively, he’d like to think his side are adaptable in how they play…
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