There are two big games involving Ulster clubs at the top and bottom of Ulster Bank All Ireland League Division 2B, leaders Rainey are away to fourth placed Naas while Ards travel to Limerick to face Thomond.
Rainey have won all eight game and have a six point lead at the top of the table Naas are 10 points behind the Old Boys but have a game in hand.
Rainey have never won at Forenaughts and a senior or junior club.
The Old Boys are hoping to field the same side that defeated Boyne with a bonus point last week.
Centre Damien McMurray is a slight doubt with a should injury so Matthew McClelland or Michael Pyper are in contention for a place in midfield.
Steven Rutledge starts at loose head and Alan McCluggage is at scrum half.
Coach Mervyn Tweed has described his side’s trip to Thomond as a must win.
Ards are currently in the relegation playoff spot while the Limerick side are a point and a place above them.
“We have got to get the win and we’re going down there to be positive, Thomond have a massive pack and a bit of experience in the right places, the weather forecast is for a dry pitch and that will suit us,” said Tweed.
Loose forward Stephen Minnis is injury, centre Graham Taylor has a dislocated ankle and prop Andrew Foster is still injured so Tweed selects the same side that was to take the field for last week’s postponed game against Naas.
Instonians host bottom of the table Connemara looking to bounce back after last week’s heavy defeat at Barnhall.
Prop David McKeen has recovered from a shoulder injury to take his place in the front row, captain Paddy Bell came through a 2nds game last week to take his place in the backrow.
In the backline Robbie Kirk comes back on the wing and Ulster U20s scrumhalf Matthew Keane returns from injury to start.
Inst have a strong bench including former Ireland A centre Seamus Mallon.
Armagh are only three points of the play off place and their promotion credentials will be tested as third place Nenagh travel to the Palaces Grounds.