Dublin manager Jim Gavin has named an unchanged side to face Fermanagh in Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final clash with Fermanagh at Croke Park.
The Dubs eased past Westmeath in their last outing, the Leinster final, and the same XV who started that game will face the Ulster side in Sunday's double header at Headquarters.
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; Jonny Cooper, Rory O'Carroll, Philip McMahon; James McCarthy, Cian O'Sullivan, Jack McCaffrey; Brian Fenton, Michael Darragh Macauley; Paul Flynn, Ciaran Kilkenny, Diarmuid Connolly; Dean Rock, Kevin McManamon, Bernard Brogan.
Team Announcement: #DSF Team to play @FermanaghGAA in the AI QF Sun Aug 2nd @ 4pm @CrokePark! #COYBIB @AIGIreland pic.twitter.com/7WBPHoKtNN— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) July 31, 2015
The Kerry team to face Kildare in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final shows one change from the side that defeated Cork in the Munster final replay, with Stephen O'Brien replacing Johnny Buckley in the half-forward line.
Colm Cooper and Paul Galvin are named on the bench.
Kerry: Brendan Kealy; Marc Ó Sé, Aidan O’Mahony, Shane Enright; Jonathan Lyne, Killian Young, Paul Murphy; Anthony Maher, David Moran; Stephen O’Brien, Bryan Sheehan, Donnchadh Walsh; Paul Geaney, Kieran Donaghy (capt), James O’Donoghue.
Kildare manager Jason Ryan has named the same starting 15 that featured in last Saturday's qualifier win over Cork.
Kildare: Mark Donnellan Maynooth; Ciaran Fitzpatrick Kilcock, Mick O Grady Celbridge, Ollie Lyons Celbridge; Kevin Murnaghan Moorefield, Eoin Doyle Naas, Emmet Bolton Eadestown; Tommy Moolick Leixlip, Paul Cribbin Johnstownbridge; Eoghan O Flaherty Carbury, Niall Kelly Athy; Padraig O Neill St Laurences; Eamon Callaghan Naas, Alan Smith Sarsfields, Cathal McNally Johnstownbridge.
Galway and Tyrone have also opted for one change ahead of their All-Ireland SFC Round 4B qualifiers against Donegal and Sligo respectively on Saturday.
Galway's Adrian Varley starts at right corner-forward, with Peadar Óg O Griofa the player to drop out from the win over Derry.
Galway: Brian O'Donoghue; Johnny Duane, Finian Hanley, Cathal Sweeney; Liam Silke, Gary O'Donnell, Gareth Bradshaw; Fiontan Ó Curraoin, Thomas Flynn; Gary Sice, Paul Conroy, Michael Lundy; Adrian Varley, Damien Comer, Danny Cummins.
Rory Brennan comes in at left corner-back on the Tyrone side in place of Cathal McCarron, who is said to be unavailable this weekend, after having played the full match in the 12-point defeat of Tipperary on 18 July.
Tyrone: Niall Morgan; Aidan McCrory, Ronan McNamee, Rory Brennan; Ronan McNabb, Joe McMahon, Peter Harte; Colm Cavanagh, Matthew Donnelly; Tiernan McCann, Mark Bradley, Conor Meyler; Darren McCurry, Seán Cavanagh (capt).