Tyrone have named just one change as they prepare to host the All-Ireland champions Dublin in the Super 8s.
Hugh Pat McGeary takes his place at corner-back with Cathal McCarron missing out after he picked up a knee injury during their comprehensive win over Roscommon last weekend.
Manager Mickey Harte has elected to stick with an otherwise unchanged team although there are some positional changes. Peter Harte is named to start in the half-back line while Mattie Donnelly moves up to wing half-forward for the clash in Omagh.
Tyrone: N Morgan; M McKernan, R McNamee, HP McGeary; T McCann, F Burns, P Harte; C Cavanagh, P Hampsey; M Donnelly, N Sludden, C Meyler; C McShane, R Donnelly, C McAliskey.
Subs: M O’Neill1, M Bradley, L Brennan, R Brennan, H Loughran, C McCann, D McClure, A McCrory, K McGeary, P McNulty, R O’Neill.
Kevin McStay has named two changes to his Roscommon team for their Super 8s showdown with Donegal.
Following their heavy defeat to Tyrone in Croke Park last weekend, defender Seán McDermott comes into the Roscommon full-back line in place of Niall Daly, while St Brigid's clubman Brian Stack joins the attack with Donie Smith making way.
The Connacht side are looking to bounce back from that loss to Tyrone against a Donegal outfit who also lost their Super 8s opener after Dublin scored a 2-15 to 0-16 result against Declan Bonner's side.
Both sides are therefore in desperate need of a victory when they meet in Dr Hyde Park this Saturday for a 5pm throw-in.
Roscommon: C Lavin; D Murray, N McInerney, S McDermott; J McManus, F Cregg, C Devaney; T O'Rourke, C Compton; C Murtagh, N Kilroy, E Smith, D Murtagh, B Stack, C Cregg.
Kevin McStay names team to play Donegal #rosgaa #gaa pic.twitter.com/XuM8rqi6Bm— Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) July 18, 2018