Tyrone have made one change to their team ahead of their Super 8s clash with Cork in Croke Park.
Kieran McGeary replaces Michael Cassidy at half-back. Mickey Harte's charges are looking to maintain their winning start to the Super 8s campaign after overcoming Roscommon last weekend.
The sides will square off in GAA headquarters at 5pm this evening.
Tyrone (v Cork): Niall Morgan; Hugh Pat McGeary, Ronan McNamee, Rory Brennan; Michael McKernan, Kieran McGeary, Frank Burns; Colm Cavanagh, Brian Kennedy; Mattie Donnelly, Niall Sludden, Peter Harte; Darren McCurry, Cathal McShane, Conor Meyler.
Subs: Benny Gallen, Michael Cassidy, Kyle Coney, Richie Donnelly, Padraig Hampsey, Connor McAliskey, Conall McCann, Tiernan McCann, Decky Maguire, Aidan McCrory, Ben McDonnell.
Cork have made one change to their starting 15 as they look to follow up their encouraging display in defeat to Dublin with another big effort against Tyrone in the All-Ireland SFC Super 8s.
The Rebels lost 5-18 to 1-17 against the Dubs but the scoreline did not tell the whole story, the underdogs putting it up to the five-in-a-row chasers for long spells.
Midfielder Killian O'Hanlon was injured for Sunday's clash at Croke Park but he comes back into the side for their second game in Group 2 against the Red Hand which will also take place at HQ.
Paul Kerrigan drops to the bench, alongside Eoghan McSweeney and Sean Powter who've recovered from groin and hamstring injuries respectively.
Cork (v Tyrone): Mark White, James Loughrey, Thomas Clancy, Kevin Flahive; Liam O' Donovan, Tomas Clancy, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire (C), Killian O' Hanlon; Kevin O' Driscoll, Sean White, Ruairi Deane; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly
Subs: Michael Martin, Kevin O'Donovan, Stephen Cronin, Sean Powter, Cian Kiely, Ronan O'Toole, Eoghan McSweeney, John O’Rourke, Paul Kerrigan, Michael Hurley, Stephen Sherlock
Dublin have named an unchanged side for this evening's Super 8s clash with Roscommon at Croke Park.
Jim Galvin has kept fate with the same XV who enjoyed a hard-fought victory over Cork last Saturday at Headquarters.
There is no place for the returning Diarmuid Connolly, however, Bernard Brogan has been included amongst the 11 substitutes.
Dublin (v Roscommon): Stephen Cluxton; David Byrne, Michael Fitzsimons, Philip 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.
Roscommon have name one change ahead of the showdown with the Dubs, with Brian Stack coming into the attack in place of of Hubert Darcy.
Anthony Cunngingham's side are looking to pick up their first win of the Super 8s after losing out to Tyrone last weekend.
Roscommon (v Dublin): Darren O'Malley; David Murray, Sean Mullooly, Conor Daly; Ronan Daly, Conor Hussey, Niall Daly; Tadgh O’Rourke, Shane Killoran; Brian Stack, Cathal Cregg, Niall Kilroy; Diarmuid Murtagh, Conor Cox, Enda Smith.
Mayo have made three changes to their team following the 10-point loss to Kerry in Killarney last week, though goalkeeper David Clarke retains his place in goal from Rob Hennelly.
Seamus O'Shea, Eoin O'Donoghue and Ciaran Treacy all come into the side with Chris Barrett, Kevin McLoughlin and James Carr making way.
O'Shea slots in at midfield with Aidan O'Shea advancing to the half-forward line in place of McLoughlin. O'Donoghue, from Belmullet, is a straight swap for Barrett, while Treacy is named at wing forward with Jason Doherty moving into the corner instead of the deposed Carr.
Mayo have not beaten Meath in summer since the 1951 All-Ireland final and defeat for James Horan's side would likely hasten their exit from the championship.
Mayo: David Clarke; Stephen Coen, Brendan Harrison, Eoin O'Donoghue; Lee Keegan, Colm Boyle, Keith Higgins; Donal Vaughan, Seamus O'Shea; Fionn McDonagh, Aidan O’Shea, Ciaran Treacy; Cillian O'Connor, Darren Coen, Jason Doherty.
James O'Donoghue is the notable absentee from the Kerry team named for their clash with Donegal on Sunday.
The Killarney Legion player is believed to have picked up an ankle injury during the comfortable 1-22 to 0-15 defeat of Mayo last Sunday, and Graham O'Sullivan is named in his place. The only other change sees Jack Sherwood come in for Shane Enright.
Kerry: Shane Ryan, Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Tom O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Gavin Crowley, Gavin White; David Moran, Jack Sherwood; Adrian Spillane, Sean O'Shea, Graham O'Sullivan; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, Stephen O'Brien.