Sligo manager Cathal Corey believes their re-fixture against Fermanagh will be a 'massive' test for them.
Having picked up two points against Wexford last time out, Corey is hoping that they can build on that win and add two more points to their tally, which would ease the threat of relegation.
However, he admitted to the Sligo Champion that it will be a tough task against a side that have shown decent form so far; winning their opening two matches.
"It is a big game we have two points on the board after the Wexford win and we are looking forward to Fermanagh it will be a big, big test," said Corey.
"Fermanagh are going very well, they did well in the McKenna Cup and they are well organised and are very determined. They have a big following of fans too."