Tyrone will meet Down in the preliminary round of the 2014 Ulster Senior Football Championship – with the winners playing Monaghan.
Whoever progresses from that quarter-final will play Armagh or Cavan who meet at the last eight stage.
Donegal will be favourites to emerge from the top half of the draw but must first overcome Derry in the last eight.
Fermanagh clash with Antrim in the quarters, with the winner progressing to meet Derry or Donegal in the semis.
Holders Monaghan face a difficult route to the final if they are to successfully defend the title which they won by defeating Donegal in July.
If Mickey Harte’s men emerge victorious from their opener, the Red Hands will set up a repeat of this year’s All-Ireland quarter-final with Monaghan, which they edged by 0-14 to 0-12.
Meanwhile Antrim will be involved in a qualifying group, along with Carlow, Laois, London and Westmeath, in the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship.
The winners of that group will play Wexford at the quarter-final stage, with the runners-up taking on Galway.