Tyrone must go man-on-man in order to upset the odds and beat Dublin, according to their former Under-21 All-Ireland winning boss.
Fergal Logan led the Red Hand to Clarke Cup victory in 2015 with 11 of his charges currently on the senior panel.
Jim Gavin’s four-in-a-row chasers are overwhelming favourites to beat Tyrone, who accounted for Monaghan today at Croke Park, 1-13 to 0-15.
The sides met in last year’s semi-final, with many people expecting the Ulster side to give the Dubs a scare.
They lost by 12 points. The teams also clashed in the Super 8s with the All-Ireland champions winning by three points in Omagh.
Logan acknowledges that Mickey Harte’s men face an enormous challenge and says they have to try something different.
"We’re looking at a daunting task," Logan, who played in the 1995 All-Ireland final defeat to Dublin, told RTÉ Sport.
"Maybe, it’s time to say, ‘listen, you mark Ciaran Kilkenny until further notice, you mark this man, and 15 mark 15 and let’s just see what happens’.
"We have suffered some pain in this last couple of years, none bigger than this time last year so to get a shot at redemption, so quickly is a credit to everybody."