Darren Gavin is set to make his Dublin championship debut against Louth in the Leinster SFC, while the returning Rory O’Carroll has been named on the bench.
Manager Jim Gavin has named the Lucan Sarsfields man at midfield alongside Brian Fenton.
Mick Fitzsimons has been handed the number three jersey amid speculation that Carroll could slot back into the side on the edge of the square, while Jack McCaffrey has been named in the corner.
Cormac Costello and Brian Howard join Ciarán Kilkenny on the half-forward line while the full-forward line contains Paul Mannion, Con O’Callaghan and Niall Scully.
Michael Darragh Macauley, Philly McMahon, Kevin McManamon, Eoghan O’Gara and O’Carroll are among the subs while Dean Rock, Jonny Cooper and goalkeeper Evan Comerford are not named in the match-day squad.
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton, David Byrne, Michael Fitzsimons, Jack McCaffrey, James McCarthy, Cian O'Sullivan, John Small, Brian Fenton, Darren Gavin, Cormac Costello, Brian Howard, Ciarán Kilkenny, Paul Mannion, Con O'Callaghan, Niall Scully.
Meath have made just one change for their Leinster SFC quarter-final meeting with Carlow with Adam Flanagan replacing the injured Shane McEntee.
The Clonard midfielder is the only change in personnel to the side that overcame Offaly by 1-13 to 0-14 in Navan two weeks ago.
Meath: Andrew Colgan; Seamus Lavin, Conor McGill, Shane Gallagher; James McEntee, Donal Keogan, Gavin McCoy; Bryan Menton, Adam Flanagan; Cillian O'Sullivan, Bryan McMahon, Ben Brennan; Barry Dardis, Michael Newman, Thomas O'Reilly
Tyrone’s only change in personnel for Saturday’s Ulster quarter-final against Antrim is a significant one, with 2018 All-Star Colm Cavanagh named in the starting XV.
Mickey Harte has named Cavanagh at midfield, where he replaces Brian Kennedy, though it is expected he will revert to a position closer to his own goals.
Positional changes see Hugh Pat McGeary move to corner back, Padraig Hampsey taking the number six jersey and Ben McDonnell partnering Cavanagh in the middle.
Tyrone: Niall Morgan; Hugh Pat McGeary, Ronan McNamee, Michael McKernan; Tiernan McCann, Padraig Hampsey, Michael Cassidy; Colm Cavanagh, Ben McDonnell; Matthew Donnelly, Niall Sludden, Frank Burns; Cathal McShane, Peter Harte, Richard Donnelly.
Antrim meanwhile have named four championship debutants for the clash at the Athletic Grounds.
Padraig Nugent, James McAuley, Patrick McCormick and Kevin Quinn have all been named to start.
Antrim: P Nugent; P McCormick, R Johnston, P Gallagher; P McBride, D Lynch, N Delargy; C Duffin, S Beatty; J McAuley, M Fitzpatrick, K Quinn; R Murray, J Smith, O Eastwood.
James Horan has opted for three changes from the team that made light work of New York for Saturday’s Connacht Football Championship semi-final against Roscommon at Elverys MacHale Park.
Chris Barrett, Michael Plunkett and captain Diarmuid O'Connor come into the side, with Colm Boyle, James McCormack and James Carr missing out.
Plunkett will make a first Championship start. The Ballintubber man came on as a sub in America.
Anthony Cunningham has retained faith in the team that beat Leitrim in the opening round.
The winner will play Galway in the final on 16 June.
Mayo: Robert Hennelly, Chris Barrett, Brendan Harrison, Keith Higgins, Patrick Durcan, Michael Plunkett, Lee Keegan, Matthew Ruane, Aidan O’Shea, Fergal Boland, Jason Doherty, Diarmuid O’Connor, Evan Regan, Darren Coen, Kevin McLoughlin
Roscommon: Darren O’Malley, David Murray, Sean Mullooly, Conor Daly, Niall Daly, Conor Hussey, Ronan Daly, Tadgh O’Rourke, Shane Killoran, Hubert Darcy, Cathal Cregg, Niall Kilroy, Ultan Harney, Conor Cox, Diarmuid Murtagh