Donegal midfielder Hugh McFadden says Fermanagh deserve credit for their performances thus far this summer.
The Tir Chonaill men are gunning for their first Anglo-Celt Cup in four years while their opponents will be looking to secure their first ever provincial championship success and McFadden says the opposition will have to be respected come Sunday afternoon.
"Anytime there is Monaghan and Tyrone on one side of the championship it is hard to see anyone else getting out of it but we have to give credit where it is due," the Killybegs man told RTE Sport.
"Fermanagh beat Armagh on their home turf and then a massive win over Monaghan and we are going to give them all the respect they deserve. We will not move too far away from what we know we do well.
"It will depend how the game goes. The last day it was ideal for Fermanagh, they went up by four points after all the pressure Monaghan had put on them. They grew confidence but that could change very quickly if they got a few early scores."