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Here's the semi-final and final details for this year's Allianz football league

The last round of divisional games took place today.

Dublin will take on Monaghan next Sunday.
Dublin will take on Monaghan next Sunday.
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Updated 20.25pm

REIGNING DIVISION 1 champions Dublin will take on Monaghan at the semi-final stage next Sunday while Cork will face last year’s All-Ireland finalists Donegal in a double-header at Croke Park.

That’s the outcome after today’s final round of games in Division 1 of the Allianz football league. Cork had already booked their semi-final place before today’s games and will now be joined by Dublin and the Ulster pair.

Down and Roscommon can start planning for a league decider in Division 2 on 26 April while Armagh, Fermanagh, Longford and Offaly will be playing divisional finals the day before on 25 April.

But it’s been a tough day for Tyrone, Derry, Kildare, Westmeath, Louth and Wexford with relegation confirmed for those counties from the various divisions.

Times and venues for the finals will be confirmed later by the CCCC but here’s the fixture details for the knockout stages at the moment.

12 April

Division 1 semi-finals
Cork v Donegal, Croke Park, 2pm
Dublin v Monaghan, Croke Park, 4pm

25 April

Division 3 final
Armagh v Fermanagh

Division 4 final
Longford v Offaly

26 April

Division 1 final
Cork/Donegal v Dublin/Monaghan

Division 2 final
Down v Roscommon

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