Lee Keegan returns to the Mayo in place of the injured Paddy Durcan for Mayo's hotly anticipated Super 8s opener against Kerry on Sunday afternoon.
Durcan sustained an injury during Mayo's three point win over Galway in the Gaelic Grounds grudge match last weekend.
The good news for James Horan's team is that 2016 Footballer of the Year Keegan is fit to play, despite rumours of a lengthy layoff during the narrow win over Armagh in the Round 3 qualifier.
Otherwise, the Mayo team is at it was for the Galway game.
Kerry, meanwhile, have made one change to their starting XV.
Dr Crokes wing forward Micheál Burns has been promoted to the first fifteen with Jack Barry dropping out. That is the only change to the team that edged past Cork in the Munster final in Páirc Ui Chaoimh.
Mayo: David Clarke; Chris Barrett, Brendan Harrison, Keith Higgins; Lee Keegan, Colm Boyle, Stephen Coen; Donal Vaughan, Aidan O'Shea; Fionn McDonagh, Kevin McLoughlin, Jason Doherty; Cillian O'Connor, Darren Coen, James Carr.
Kerry: Shane Ryan: Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Tom O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Jack Sherwood, Gavin White; David Moran, Diarmuid O'Connor; Micheál Burns, Sean O'Shea, Stephen O'Brien; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, Dara Moynihan.
Michael Darragh Macauley has been named to start in the Dublin midfield for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC Super 8s showdown with Cork.
Richie Hogan is back in the Kilkenny starting line-up for Sunday's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final clash with Cork as Brian Cody makes four changes to the side which lost the Leinster final to Wexford in late June.
The 2014 Hurler of the Year will start in the half-forward line, replacing three-time All-Ireland winner Walter Walsh.
In a boost for Cody's side, Cillian Buckley is deemed fit to start, the two-time All-Star having sat out the season with injury thus far. He replaces Enda Morrissey at wing back.
Elsewhere, Conor Browne will now parter Conor Fogarty at midfield in place of James Maher, while John Donnelly comes in for Alan Murphy at corner forward.
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Cork, meanwhile, have made three alterations to the team which cantered past Westmeath in last weekend's preliminary quarter-final.
Sean O'Donoghue, Luke Meade and Daniel Kearney, all of whom started every Munster round robin game, return to the starting line-up, with Christopher Joyce, Tim O'Mahony and Shane Kingston making way.
Kilkenny: Eoin Murphy; Paul Murphy, Huw Lawlor, Joey Holden; Paddy Deegan, Padraig Walsh, Cillian Buckley; Conor Browne, Conor Fogarty; Richie Hogan, TJ Reid, Richie Leahy, Adrian Mullen, Colin Fennelly, John Donnelly
Cork: Anthony Nash; Seán O'Donoghue, Eoin Cadogan, Stephen McDonnell; Niall O’Leary, Mark Ellis, Mark Coleman; Bill Cooper, Darragh Fitzgibbon; Daniel Kearney, Conor Lehane, Luke Meade; Alan Cadogan, Patrick Horgan, Séamus Harnedy.
Liam Sheedy has made four changes to the Tipperary team that was soundly beaten by Limerick in the Munster final late last month as they gear up for their quarter-final tie against Laois.
Cathal Barrett and Niall O'Meara have both recovered from injury, replacing Seamus Kennedy and Jake Morris respectively, the latter switch meaning Jason Forde shifts back into the full-forward line.
Perhaps more significantly, Ger Browne replaces Michael Breen at midfield. Breen, who starred in the round robin, was withdrawn at half-time in the Gaelic Grounds and is now dropped to the bench.
Alan Flynn is the fourth player to break into the starting team, taking Steven O'Brien's spot at corner back.
Laois manager Eddie Brennan has made no changes to the team which shocked Dublin in O'Moore Park last Sunday.
Tipperary: Brian Hogan; Cathal Barrett, James Barry, Alan Flynn; Brendan Maher, Padraic Maher, Ronan Maher; Noel McGrath, Ger Browne; Dan McCormack, John O'Dwyer, Niall O'Meara; Jason Forde, Séamus Callanan, John McGrath.Laois: Enda Rowland; Lee Cleere, Matthew Phelan, Joe Phelan; Jack Kelly, Ryan Mullaney, Padraig Delaney; John Lennon, Paddy Purcell; Aaron Dunphy, Mark Kavanagh, Eanna Lyons; Willie Dunphy, Cha Dwyer, Ross King.
Meath have named an unchanged team as they dip their toe into the Super 8s shark pool for the first time in Ballybofey.
Mickey Newman was a doubt after colliding with a goalpost when palming home the crucial second goal against Clare this weekend but he has recovered in time to start.
Meath: Andrew Colgan; Seamus Lavin, Conor McGill, Shane Gallagher; Donal Keogan, Padraic Harnan, Gavin McCoy; Bryan Menton, Shane McEntee; Ethan Devine, Bryan McMahon, Thomas McGovern, Cillian O'Sullivan, Mickey Newman, James Conlon
Macauley comes in for James McCarthy, who hobbled off 32 minutes into the Leinster final defeat of Meath.
A scan on his knee revealed the injury was not as bad as initially feared but Jim Gavin has elected not to star the Ballymun man at Croke Park on Sunday, giving Macauley the nod to line up in midfield alongside Brian Fenton. It's the Dubs' only change.
Meanwhile Cork manager Ronan McCarthy has made one change to his team as they face up the challenge of Dublin in Croke Park on Saturday evening.
McCarthy has drafted in Fermoy's Tomás Clancy at centre back in place of Kevin O'Donovan, the only tweak to the side which demolished Laois in the Round 4 qualifier in Semple Stadium last Saturday.
After a number of years thrashing about in the doldrums, it is the first time Cork have reached the last-eight since 2014, when they were pipped by Mayo in a tight All-Ireland quarter-final.
It is their first championship meeting with Dublin since the quarter-final of the previous year, when Conor Counihan's team lost by five points.
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; David Byrne, Michael Fitzsimons, Philly McMahon; Jack McCaffrey, Cian O'Sullivan, John Small; Brian Fenton, Michael Darragh Macauley; Niall Scully, Cormac Costello, Brian Howard; Ciarán Kilkenny, Paul Mannion, Con O'Callaghan
Cork: Mark White; James Loughrey, Thomas Clancy, Kevin Flahive; Liam O'Donovan, Tomás Clancy, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire (c), Killian O'Hanlon; Kevin O'Driscoll, Sean White, Ruairi Deane; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly.
Hubert Darcy comes into the Roscommon team to replace the injured Conor Devaney as Anthony Cunningham's team kick-start their Super 8s campaign against Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park on Saturday evening.
Devaney spent the aftermath of the Connacht final success on crutches, having been withdrawn injured during the first half against Galway. Darcy, from Padraig Pearses, replaced him on that occasion and is now elevated to the starting XV.
The Roscommon team is otherwise unchanged as they seek to banish the demons from last year's Super 8s which saw them ship heavy defeats in all three matches.
Roscommon: Darren O'Malley; David Murray, Sean Mullooly, Conor Daly; Niall Daly, Conor Hussey, Ronan Daly; Tadhg O'Rourke, Shane Killoran; Hubert Darcy, Cathal Cregg, Niall Kilroy; Diarmuid Murtagh, Conor Cox, Enda Smith.