Cathal McShane has not been named to start for Tyrone against Kerry tomorrow after this week's announcement that he had decided against a move to Australia.

The All-Star full forward missed the win over Meath and defeat to Monaghan while on trial with the Adelaide Crows but ultimately declined their offer of a two-year rookie AFL contract in favour of lining out with the Red Hand again this year.

The 24-year-old is now set to make his first appearance of the season as a substitute in Omagh.

Mickey Harte has made four changes to the team that lost to Monaghan, bringing in Niall Kelly, Conn Kilpatrick, Daniel Kerr and Tiernan McCann. 

Hugh Pat McGeary, Kyle Coney, the suspended Mark Bradley and Ronan O'Neill miss out.

Killian Spillane has been handed a starting place on the Kerry team for the Allianz Football League Division 1 clash.

All told, Kingdom boss Peter Keane makes three changes to the side which narrowly beat Galway last weekend, with Spillane kicking the winning score when introduced. He takes James O'Donoghue's place in the starting XV.

Tadhg Morley comes in for Shane Enright in defence, while Sean O'Shea, who along with Morley was due to start the Galway game takes over from Gavin O'Brien in attack. 

Tyrone: Niall Morgan; Niall Kelly, Ronan McNamee, Liam Rafferty; Tiernan McCann, Rory Brennan, Peter Harte; Colm Cavanagh, Conn Kilpatrick; Kieran McGeary, Niall Sludden, Darren McCurry; Daniel Kerr, Frank Burns, Conor Meyler.

Kerry: Shane Ryan; Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Graham O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Gavin Crowley, Gavin White; Liam Kearney, Jack Barry; Micheal Burns, Sean O'Shea, Stephen O'Brien; Killian Spillane, David Clifford, Paul Geaney. 

Drew Wylie

The Monaghan team to take on All-Ireland champions Dublin in Saturday's top-tier clash shows two changes from the win over Tyrone.

Christopher McGuinness and Drew Wylie come in to start in a game that will be shown live on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player.

Kieran Hughes, who was sent-off during his side's 1-12 to 0-11 victory over Tyrone last week, misses out as does Jack McCarron.

McGuinness starts at full-forward with Wylie at corner-back. There's also one positional change as Dessie Ward is shifted from defence to the front-line.

Dublin go with three changes after accounting for Mayo.

Paul Mannion, Paddy Small and Paddy Andrews have all been named to start.

Dublin: Evan Comerford; Michael Fitzsimons, David Byrne, Eoin Murchan; James McCarthy, Brian Howard, John Small; Brian Fenton, Ciaran Kilkenny; Niall Scully, Paul Mannion, Kevin McManamon; Paddy Small, Paddy Andrews, Dean Rock. 

Monaghan: Rory Beggan, Drew Wylie, Conor Boyle, Kieran Duffy,Karl O'Connell, Ryan Wylie, Micheal Bannigan, Darren Hughes, Niall Kearns, Ryan McAnespie, Conor McCarthy, Dessie Ward, Dermot Malone, Christopher McGuinness, Conor McManus.

Eoin O'Donoghue

Also, in the top flight, Mayo opt for four changes as they take on Meath in Navan. 

James McCormack and Eoin O'Donoghue come into the defence in place of Oisin Mullin and the injured Colm Boyle.

Tommy Conroy and Kevin McLoughlin start up front, with Aidan O'Shea and the suspended Jordan Flynn making way.

Pointless Meath are unchanged from their 10-point loss to Donegal last time out.

Mayo: Rob Hennelly; Padraig O'Hora, James McCormack, Brendan Harrison; Eoin O’Donoghue, Michael Plunkett, Patrick Durcan; Stephen Coen, Diarmuid O’Connor; Fergal Boland; Ryan O’Donoghue, James Durcan; Tommy Conroy, James Carr, Kevin McLoughlin.

Meath: Marcas Brennan; Robin Clarke, Conor McGill, David Toner; James McEntee, Brian Conlon, Donal Keogan; Bryan Menton, Ronan Jones; Matthew Costello, Bryan McMahon, Eamon Wallace; Cillian O'Sullivan, Thomas O'Reilly, Joey Wallace.