Tyrone and Dublin have become the first two sides to qualify for the semi-final of the All-Ireland.
The Red Hands came from seven behind to beat Cork in the curtain raiser thanks to goals from Cathal McShane and a Peter Harte penalty.
Dublin hammered Roscommon 2-26 to 0-14 to seal their spot in the last four and keep the drive for five in motion.
The meeting between the sides in Healy Park on August 4th will now serve as an effective dead rubber to sort first and second spots.
Mayo, Kerry, Donegal or Meath will serve as the opposition with semi-final ties booked for August 10th/11th.