Dublin minor hurlers face Wexford this Saturday in Parnell Park (12.30) hoping to progress to the Leinster MHC decider.
The other provincial semi-final sees Kildare host Kilkenny in St Conleth's Park, Newbridge (1.0) with both winners progressing to the Leinster MHC final on Saturday, June 29.
Dublin have already encountered the Slaneysiders in this year's championship when the counties drew 3-14 to 2-17 in Bellefield, Enniscorthy in their Tier 1 group match on Saturday, May 11.
The Dubs advanced along with table-toppers Kilkenny direct to the semi-finals while Wexford, whom Dublin edged out for second spot in Tier 1 on scoring difference, were in action last weekend when they defeated Laois (4-17 to 1-16) in their Leinster quarter-final in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise.
Since then Dublin have been preparing hard for Saturday's game with manager Mike Connolly anticipating a very close battle.
"We have been able to get some really good work into the lads, playing some decent challenge matches and it's just about getting everyone's mind to go at it again on Saturday.
"I would imagine that it's going to be very close between the two teams on Saturday and we are really looking forward to getting out there and performing on the day.
"In fairness, every game in the group was close enough and I wouldn't expect anything different.
"We have a clean bill of health in terms of injuries and training has gone very well for us but it's all about producing on the day and hopefully we manage that on Saturday," said Mike.
2019 LEINSTER MHC: Results
TIER 1: Kilkenny, Dublin, Wexford, Offaly
TIER 2: Laois, Kildare, Antrim, Westmeath
TIER 3: Carlow, Meath, Down
Saturday, April 27: Offaly 2-11 Wexford 3-11, O'Connor Park, Tullamore; Kilkenny 0-15 Dublin 2-8, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
Saturday, May 4: Dublin 1-23 Offaly 1-10, Parnell Park; Wexford 2-15 Kilkenny 3-13, Bellefield, Enniscorthy
Saturday, May 11: Wexford 2-17 Dublin 3-14, Bellefield, Enniscorthy; Kilkenny 5-29 Offaly 1-9, Nowlan Park
Saturday, April 27: Antrim 0-7 Kildare 2-19, Abbotstown; Laois 2-21 Westmeath 0-7, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise
Saturday, May 4: Westmeath 2-8 Antrim 2-23, Abbotstown; Kildare 2-10 Laois 1-14, St Conleth's Park, Newbridge
Saturday, May 11: Westmeath 2-10 Kildare 1-19, TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar; Laois 6-13 Antrim 0-14, Lawless Memorial Park, Fingallians, Swords
Saturday, April 27: Carlow 3-17 Meath 1-3, Carlow IT; Down bye
Saturday, May 4: Meath 2-28 Down 2-6, Abbotstown; Carlow bye
Saturday, May 11: Carlow 6-19 Down 0-5, Lawless Memorial Park, Fingallians, Swords; Meath bye
Saturday, May 18: Kildare 7-35 Down 0-5, Abbotstown; Antrim 2-12 Meath 3-17, Clane
Sunday, May 19: Carlow 0-18 Westmeath 0-6, Netwatch Cullen Park
Friday, May 24: Laois 3-30 Westmeath 0-6, O'Moore Park, Porlaoise
Saturday, May 25: Kildare 7-23 Meath 1-7, St Conleth's Park, Newbridge
Saturday, June 8: Laois 1-16 Wexford 4-17, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise; Kildare 1-23 Offaly 1-20 (after extra-time), St Conleth's Park, Newbridge
Saturday, June 15: Dublin v Wexford, Parnell Park (12.30); Kildare v Kilkenny, St Conleth's Park, Newbridge (1.0)
Saturday, June 29