Donegal can still qualifty for the Dr. McKenna Cup semi-finals.
Fermanagh and holders Tyrone are already through and will meet each other in the first semi-final on Sunday.
In Group B, Derry lead the way with four points and Armagh have three.
They meet each other on Sunday. A win for Derry or a draw will put them through. If Armagh win, they will be group winners.
Donegal and Monaghan meet in Clones on Sunday.
Whoever wins will move to four points. Whether that is enough to qualify depends on what happens in the Armagh-Derry game.
The bottom line for Declan Bonner's side is that they must win to have a chance of making the last four.
The second semi-final will be next Wednesday with the final on Saturday week with a 7.00 throw-in. The venue has yet to be decided.
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