The Leinster Senior Football Championship semi-finals will be played at Croke Park. The draw on Monday confirmed that GAA HQ will again play host to the Leinster final as well as both semis.
Westmeath earned an eight-point victory over Longford on Saturday to advance to the Leinster semi-finals, while the Dubs were comfortable in their 23-point victory over Wexford.
Meath's 10-point victory over Wicklow on Sunday booked their place in the semis, while Kildare booked their ticket to Croker with a 16-point win over Louth.
Kildare will face Westmeath and Meath take on Dublin in the last four ties. Both matches take place on Sunday May 15th.
In 2018, Kildare famously refused to play a qualifier in the stadium, forcing the GAA into moving their game to Newbridge, but they will be back in the stadium later this month.
The final will also take place at Croke Park on Saturday May 28th.