Old rivalries will be renewed in the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship following the draw which was made last night live on RTE2.
The preliminary round will see Derry make the trek across the Sperrins to meet 2018 All Ireland finalist Tyrone, with the winners due to meet Antrim in the quarter-final.
There will be a repeat of the 2018 Ulster final in this half of the draw with reigning Ulster champions Donegal set to make the trip to Enniskillen to play Fermanagh.
In the top half Cavan will play host to their neighbours and 2018 All-Ireland semi-finalists Monaghan, while Armagh will make the short trip to Newry to play their local rivals Down.
Tyrone v Derry
Cavan v Monaghan
Down v Armagh
Fermanagh v Donegal
Tyrone / Derry v Antrim