Dublin boss Dessie Farrell has handed corner back Cian Murphy a championship debut while Niall Scully and Jonny Cooper return to the team for the Leinster quarter-final meeting with Westmeath on Saturday.
The Thomas Davis defender was a member of Farrell's U21 All-Ireland winning side of 2017. Elsewhere, Paddy Small is handed a start at corner forward while Ballyboden's Robert McDaid is named at left wing back.
There are two changes from the team who saw off Galway in Salthill with Cooper and Scully returning at the expense of Eoin Murchan and Brian Howard.
Westmeath manager Jack Cooney has also named his team for Saturday's encounter with the champions.
Ger Egan is a high-profile absentee, while regular defenders Killian Daly and David Lynch are named in the half-forward line.
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; Cian Murphy, David Byrne, Michael Fitzsimons; John Small, Jonny Cooper, Robert McDaid; Brian Fenton, James McCarthy; Eric Lowndes, Ciarán Kilkenny, Niall Scully; Paddy Small, Con O'Callaghan, Dean Rock.
Westmeath: Jason Daly; Jack Smith, Kevin Maguire, Boidu Sayeh; Jamie Gonoud, Ronan Wallace, James Dolan; Ray Connellan, Sam Duncan; David Lynch, Ronan O'Toole, Killian Daly; Luke Loughlin, John Heslin, Kieran Martin.
Ronan Buckley will make his championship bow for Kerry in Sunday's Munster SFC semi-final against Cork (live on RTÉ2).
Buckley is named at wing-forward with Stephen O’Brien starting on the other wing in the only change to the team that beat Donegal in their final league game.
Ten of Peter Keane's side started last year’s All-Ireland final replay loss to Dublin.
Tony Brosnan retains his place at corner-forward after kicking six points in the league-clinching win over Donegal.
AFL player Mark Keane has been named on the Cork bench. The 20-year-old played minor and U20 for the Rebels but has spent the last two years as an international rookie with Collingwood, who he made his debut for in August.
Keane subsequently signed a new two-year deal with the Melbourne club so is a surprise inclusion in Ronan McCarthy's panel but is understood to have received permission to line out against the Kingdom (Live on RTÉ2).
McCarthy gives three of the 2019 All-Ireland U20 winning team their first championship starts: Maurice Shanley at full-back, Sean Meehan at centre-back and Colm O'Callaghan at centre-forward.
Sean Powter will make his first start since the 2017 championship defeat to Mayo in which he scored a goal.
Ronan Buckley will make his championship bow for Kerry while Stephen O'Brien replaces Micheál Burns in the only change to the team that beat Donegal in their final league game.
Cork (v Kerry): Micheal Martin; Sean Powter, Maurice Shanley, Kevin Flahive; Kevin O'Donovan, Sean Meehan, Mattie Taylor; Ian Maguire, Killian O'Hanlon; John O'Rourke, Colm O’Callaghan, Ruairi Deane; Mark Collins, Brian Hurley, Luke Connolly.
Kerry (v Cork): Shane Ryan; Jason Foley, Tadhg Morley, Tom O'Sullivan; Paul Murphy, Peter Crowley, Gavin White; David Moran, Diarmuid O'Connor; Stephen O'Brien, Sean O'Shea, Ronan Buckley; Tony Brosnan, David Clifford, Dara Moynihan.
Mayo have made two changes to their starting team for Sunday's Connacht semi-final against Roscommon.
Chris Barrett and Diarmuid O'Connor, who came on as substitutes in last weekend's win over Leitrim, are selected by manager James Horan in place of Michael Plunkett and Jordan Flynn.
Roscommon manager Anthony Cunningham has also confirmed his starting team as they aim to defend the Connacht title they won last year.
It features eight of the team that started their final Allianz League Division 2 victory over Cavan on 24 October.
The match which throws in at 1.30pm on Sunday will be live on RTÉ2.
Mayo (v Roscommon): David Clarke; Oisín Mullin, Chris Barrett, Lee Keegan; Patrick Durcan, Stephen Coen, Eoghan McLaughlin; Matthew Ruane, Conor Loftus; Bryan Walsh, Ryan O'Donoghue, Diarmuid O’Connor; Tommy Conroy, Aidan O’Shea, Cillian O’Connor
Roscommon (v Mayo): Colm Lavin; David Murray, Conor Daly, Sean Mullooly; Ronan Daly, Brian Stack, Niall Daly; Cathal Compton, Tadhg O'Rourke; Niall Kilroy, Enda Smith (c), Cian McKeon; Donie Smith, Conor Cox, Cathal Cregg.
Paul Flanagan and Colin Guilfoyle will make their championship debuts for Clare in Saturday's All-Ireland SHC qualifier against Laois at Nowlan Park.
Aidan McCarthy and Aron Shanagher also come into the starting line-up at centre-back and full-forward respectively.
Clare (v Laois): Eibhear Quilligan; Rory Hayes, Conor Cleary, Paul Flanagan; Stephen O'Halloran, Aidan McCarthy, Seadna Morey; David McInerney (c), Tony Kelly; Cathal Malone, David Reidy, Colin Guilfoyle; Shane O'Donnell, Aron Shanagher, Ryan Taylor.
Tipperary have made one change to the side that beat Clare for Saturday's other semi-final against Limerick (1.15pm RTÉ News).
Emmet Moloney comes in in the half-forwards and Conal Kennedy drops back to midfield. Steven O'Brien misses out with a hamstring injury.
Limerick manager Billy Lee has kept faith with the team that beat Waterford in the quarter-finals.
Tipperary (v Limerick): Evan Comerford; Alan Campbell, Jimmy Feehan, Colm O'Shaughnessy; Bill Maher, Kevin Fahey, Robbie Kiely; Conal Kennedy, Liam Casey; Jack Kennedy, Michael Quinlivan, Emmet Onoloney; Jason Lonergan, Conor Sweeney (c), Colman Kennedy.
Limerick (v Tipperary): Donal O'Sullivan; Sean O'Dea, Brian Fanning, Paul Maher; Tony McCarthy, Iain Corbett (c), Gordon Brown; Darragh Treacy, Tommie Childs; Killian Ryan, Cillian Fahy, Adrian Enright; Hugh Bourke, Tommy Griffin, Sean McSweeney.
Antrim veteran Paddy Cunningham will make his first championship appearance since 2014 in Saturday's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Cavan.
The 35-year-old is named in the full-forward line alongside Conor Murray and Patrick McBride.
Antrim (v Cavan): Michael Byrne; Patrick Gallagher, Declan Lynch, Kevin O'Boyle; Peter Healy, James McAuley, Niall Delargy; Colm Duffin, Michael McCann; Kevin Quinn, Mark Sweeney, Dermot McAleese; Paddy Cunningham, Conor Murray, Patrick McBride.
Down have named Caolan Mooney in midfield for Sunday's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Fermanagh with Kevin McKernan at centre-back.
Down (v Fermanagh): Rory Burns; Peter Fegan, Patrick Murdock, Pierce Laverty; Gerard Collins, Kevin McKernan, Daniel Guinness; Caolan Mooney, Johnny Flynn; Conor Poland, Paul Devlin, Barry O'Hagan; Jerome Johnston, Donal O'Hare, Ceilum Doherty.
Meanwhile, the Munster council has confirmed that Semple Stadium will host the province's hurling final between reigning champions Limerick and Waterford on 15 November.
Watch Limerick v Tipperary in the Munster SFC semi-final this Saturday on the RTÉ News channel (1.15pm), while there's coverage of the Connacht SFC semi-final between Mayo and Roscommon, as well as the Munster SFC semi-final between Cork and Kerry on Sunday on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player