Waterford have drafted veteran Tony Browne into their side to face Tipperary in Sunday’s Munster Hurling Championship final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
The 39-year-old will take up his customary position at right half-back in place of Richie Foley.
Déise manager Michael Ryan has also included Noel Connors at corner-back ahead of Aidan Kearney, while Pauric Mahony gets the nod at wing-forward as Eoin Kelly drops out.
Browne made his senior inter-county debut way back in the national league of 1991.
He was at midfield for the Munster final of 1998 in what was a breakthrough year for the county.
Should Waterford prevail on Leeside, Browne will collect a fifth Munster medal in what has been one of the most incredible careers in GAA history.
Waterford (SH v Tipperary): Stephen O'Keeffe; Noel Connors, Liam Lawlor, Stephen Daniels; Tony Browne, Michael Walsh, Kevin Moran; Stephen Molumphy, Phil Mahony; Pauric Mahony, Seamus Prendergast, Maurice Shanahan; John Mullane, Shane Walsh, Gavin O'Brien.