Jonathan Glynn is a notable addition to a changed Galway team to face Kilkenny in Nowlan Park - the New York-based forward has not started a game this year but the Tribesmen have looked off the boil in beating Carlow and drawing with Wexford.
He comes in at centre-forward in place of Niall Burke, while Adrian Tuohy also comes into the forward line, with Conor Cooney dropping out.
John Hanbury comes in for Jack Grealish in full-back line, while Joseph Cooney returns at wing-back in place of Kevin Hussey. Johnny Coen makes way at midfield for Sean Loftus.
Wexford boss Davy Fitzgerald has made one change to his side ahead of their clash with Carlow at Wexford Park.
Paul Morris comes in for Aidan Nolan in the Wexford half-forward line.
Carlow make two changes to their team, with Eoin Nolan replacing Alan Corcoran in defence and Ted Joyce coming in at full-forward with Seamus Murphy demoted.
Wexford: Mark Fanning, Damien Reck, Liam Ryan, Simon Donohoe, Paudie Foley, Matthew O’Hanlon, Shaun Murphy, Kevin Foley, Diarmuid O’Keeffe, Rory O’Connor, Paul Morris, Liam Óg McGovern, Cathal Dunbar, Lee Chin, Conor McDonald.
Carlow: Brian Tracey; Kevin McDonald, Paul Doyle, Michael Doyle; Eoin Nolan, David English, Richie Coady; Jack Kavanagh, Sean Whelan; John M. Nolan, Marty Kavanagh, Eddie Byrne; James Doyle, Ted Joyce, Chris Nolan.
Galway: Colm Callanan; John Hanbury, Daithí Burke, Aidan Harte; Padraic Mannion, Gearoid McInerney, Joseph Cooney; Seán Loftus, David Burke; Cathal Mannion, Jonathan Glynn, Adrian Tuohy; Conor Whelan, Jason Flynn, Brian Concannon.
John Meyler has named one change as his Cork charges look to build on their winning momentum when they take on Waterford later this evening.
Alan Cadogan has been selected to start at corner-forward for the injured Conor Lehane.
Meanwhile, Waterford have named a much-changed side following their heavy defeat to Limerick last weekend. Austin Gleeson is among the big name players to be omitted from starting team that has been named for the trip to Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Elsewhere, Clare and Limerick have both made one change each ahead of their Munster SHC clash at the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Diarmuid Byrnes has been named to start in the Limerick half-back line in place of Dan Morrissey. David Fitzgerald makes way for Conor Cleary in the Clare defence.
Limerick: Nickie Quaid, Sean Finn, Mike Casey, Richie English, Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Paddy O’Loughlin, Cian Lynch, William O’Donoghue, Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, Tom Morrissey, Aaron Gillane, Graeme Mulcahy, Peter Casey.
Clare: Donal Tuohy, Patrick O'Connor, David McInerney, Seadna Morey, Cathal Malone, Jack Browne, Conor Cleary, Shane Golden, Colm Galvin, Peter Duggan, Tony Kelly, Diarmuid Ryan, Shane O'Donnell, John Conlon, Podge Collins.
Cork: Anthony Nash, Sean O’Donoghue, Eoin Cadogan, Niall O’Leary, Robert Downey, Mark Ellis, Mark Coleman, Bill Cooper, Darragh Fitzgibbon, Daniel Kearney, Seamus Harnedy, Luke Meade, Alan Cadogan, Patrick Horgan, Aidan Walsh.
Waterford: Billy Nolan, Shane McNulty, Conor Prunty, Darragh Lyons, Calum Lyons, Tadhg de Burca, Conor Gleeson, Jamie Barron, Mikey Kearney, Shane Bennett, Brian O’Halloran, Jack Prendergast, Tommy Ryan, Stephen Bennett, Peter Hogan.
Mickey Harte has made two changes to his side ahead of their Ulster SFC semi-final meeting with Donegal, as Michael McKernan and Connor McAliskey returning to the starting XV.
Tyrone ran up a big score against Antrim in Armagh two weeks ago but Hugh Pat McGeary and Rory Brennan make way for the returning pair.
Brian Kennedy and All-Ireland U21 winning captain Kieran McGeary are injury worries but Tyrone remain confident they will feature at some stage.
Meanwhile, Armagh have made one change for their Ulster semi-final replay against Cavan on Sunday, with Aaron McKay coming in for Brendan Donaghy.
Tyrone: Niall Morgan; Padraig Hampsey, Ronan McNamee, Michael McKernan; Tiernan McCann, Ben McDonnell, Michael Cassidy; Colm Cavanagh, Richard Donnelly; Matthew Donnelly, Niall Sludden, Frank Burns; Cathal McShane, Peter Harte, Connor McAliskey.
Armagh: Blaine Hughes, Mark Shields, Aaron McKay,James Morgan, Paul Hughes, Ryan Kennedy, Aidan Forker, Jarly Óg Burns, Niall Grimley, Aidan Nugent, Rory Grugan, Jemar Hall, Rian O’Neill, Jamie Clarke, Stefan Cambell.
Kildare boss Cian O'Neill has just one switch in personnel as his side prepare to take on All-Ireland champions Dublin in Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final at Croke Park.
Jimmy Hyland makes way while Neil Flynn is named to start at corner-forward.
Kildare: Mark Donnellan, Mark Dempsey, Mick O'Grady, David Hyland, Peter Kelly, Eoin Doyle, Keith Cribbin, Kevin Feely, Tommy Moolick, David Slattery, Paddy Brophy, Fergal Conway, Adam Tyrrell, Ben McCormack, Neil Flynn.
Offaly are unchanged from the side that rattled Meath in the Leinster championship first round tie in Navan in last month, as they get to grips with the challenge of London, also moral victors in the provincial championship opener.
John Maughan's side reeled off seven points in a row in the third quarter, establishing a four-point lead in front of a panicked home crowd.
Eventually, Bryan McMahon's palmed goal saw Meath scrape a nervy victory.
Offaly: Paddy Dunican; Declan Hogan, Eoin Rigney, David Dempsey; Cian Donohoe, Johnny Moloney, Niall Darby; Eoin Carroll, Peter Cunningham; Shane Horan, Anton Sullivan, Cathal Mangan; Bernard Allen, Niall McNamee, Ruairi McNamee.
We know both starting XVs for the Leitrim-Wicklow clash in Carrick-on-Shannon. The visitors had a disappointing league but a heartening championship showing, while Leitrim had the reverse.
The hosts are without veteran Emlyn Mulligan, who stepped away from the panel after a string of injuries. Manager Terry Hyland insists the door is open for his possible return.
The pair last met in the championship in 2012, Leitrim claiming their first ever qualifier win at the 12th attempt.
Leitrim: Cathal McCrann; Paddy Maguire, Micheal McWeeney, Aidan Flynn; Conor Reynolds, Mark Plunkett, Raymond Mulvey; Oisin McCaffrey, Shane Moran; Domhnaill Flynn, Sean McWeeney, Shane Quinn; Evan Sweeney, Pearce Dolan, Ryan O Rourke.
Wicklow: Mark Jackson; Eoin Murtagh, Ross O'Brien, Jamie Snell; David Deveraux, Shane Moloney, Dara Fitzgerald; Padraig O'Toole, Dean Healy; Rory Finn, Anthony McLaughlin, Theo Smith; Mark Kenny, Chris O'Brien, Patrick O'Connor.
Antrim manager Lenny Harbinson has made one change in the corner from the side which down easily against All-Ireland finalists Tyrone two weeks ago.
Eunan Walsh comes in for Odhran Eastwood as Antrim head to Drogheda.
Antrim: Pádraig Nugent; Patrick McCormick, Ricky Johnston, Patrick Gallagher; Patrick McBride, Declan Lynch, Niall Delargy; Colum Duffin, Stephen Beatty; James McAuley, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Kevin Quinn; Ryan Murray, James Smith, Eunan Walsh.