With three Ulster teams taking on three separate battles in a huge weekend for Gaelic football, northern GAA fans will have plenty of entertainment this week – even if you’re just a neutral supporter.

The Tailteann Cup is up for grabs first, with Down and Laois battling for the title.

Afterwards, Armagh face Kerry in this year’s All-Ireland semi-final – also the first All-Ireland semi-final Armagh has reached 2005.

The winner of that match will then go on to play the winner of Donegal v Galway as the race for the Sam Maguire starts heating up.

Where and when are the games on?

Down v Laois takes place at Croke Park in Dublin with a 3.00pm throw-in on Saturday.

Armagh v Kerry will follow right after in the stadium, with a 5.30pm throw-in that evening.

Donegal v Galway takes place at Croke Park in Dublin with a 4.00pm throw-in on Sunday.

Where can I watch the games?

The Tailteann Cup final is being shown on RTÉ 2. It is being streamed live on the RTÉ Player.

Meanwhile, Armagh v Kerry is being shown on RTÉ 2 and BBC 2. It is also being streamed live on the RTÉ Player.

On Sunday, Donegal v Galway will too be shown on RTÉ 2 and BBC 2, and again streamed live on the RTÉ Player.

You can also follow all the action as it happens in our live blog on the Belfast Telegraph website.

What are the odds?

Down are odds-on favourites at 1/5 with Laois 4/1 and the draw after 70 minutes is 11/1.

Kerry are odds-on favourites at 2/5 with Armagh 5/2 and the draw after 70 minutes is 15/2.

Galway are slight favourites at 10/11 with Donegal 5/4 and the draw after 70 minutes is 13/2.