Tyrone-Down replay to take place next Saturday

The Ulster quarter-final replay between Tyrone and Down has been set for next Saturday.

The provincial champions were held to a draw by Ross Carr's men at Healy Park yesterday and will have to do it again in Pairc Esler in five days time.

David Harte, Enda McGinley and Colm Cavanagh are all doubts ahead of the clash after picking up injuries in Sunday's draw.

Carr, meanwhile, will find out later in the week if he will be allowed patrol the sideline.

The Down boss is serving an eight-week suspension for comments made about referee Pat Fox after his side's National League defeat to Fermanagh.

The DRA will have a second hearing on the matter this week.

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