Dublin have named an unchanged team for Sunday's All-Ireland final meeting with Kerry, as Jim Gavin’s team look to become the first county to win five senior football championships in a row.

Gavin has named the same 15 players that started the All-Ireland semi-final defeat of Mayo, meaning there is no place for either Cian O’Sullivan or Philly McMahon.

O'Sullivan has started in each of Dublin’s previous six All-Ireland final appearances this decade, while McMahon has also played a role in six deciders.

Dublin have not announced their full match day squad, so it is not yet known whether Diarmuid Connolly or Bernard Brogan have made the cut.

Connolly was an unused substitute against Mayo after making his long-awaited Dublin comeback in the final round of the Super 8s against Tyrone. Brogan was not included in the squad for the Mayo game, with Rory O'Carroll and Eoghan O’Gara two more high-profile omissions.

There could yet be a late surprise, as Gavin has often made changes to his named team before kick-off.

Kerry announced their team on Friday, with Tommy Walsh not listed among the starting 15.

Dublin team to face Kerry (Throw-in, 3.30pm)

Stephen Cluxton; David Byrne, Jonny Cooper, Michael Fitzsimons; Jack McCaffrey, James McCarthy, John Small; Brian Fenton, Michael  Darragh Macauley; Niall Scully, Con O'Callaghan, Brian Howard; Paul Mannion, Dean Rock, Ciaran Kilkenny.

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