Both Dublin and Mayo have name unchanged teams for their All-Ireland SFC final showdown at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
Dessie Farrell sticks with the same 15 that swept past Cavan in the semi-final two weeks ago.
The Dubs, chasing a sixth title in a row, have such immense strength in depth that Robbie McDaid, Paddy Small and Sean Bugler are all starting in their first ever All-Ireland senior decider while serial winners such as Paul Mannion, Brian Howard, Philly McMahon and Cormac Costello remain on the bench.
Meanwhile, James Horan keeps faith with the side that hammered Tipperary in their last-four clash.
Cillian O'Connor makes his 95th Mayo appearance. He's one of seven Mayo men who started the 2017 decider against the Dubs - David Clarke, Chris Barrett, Lee Keegan, Patrick Durcan, Kevin McLoughlin and Aidan O'Shea being the others.
Dublin: Stephen Cluxton; Michael Fitzsimons, David Byrne, Jonny Cooper; Eoin Murchan, John Small, Robbie McDaid; Brian Fenton, James McCarthy; Niall Scully, Ciaran Kilkenny, Seán Bugler; Paddy Small, Con O'Callaghan, Dean Rock
Mayo: David Clarke; Chris Barrett, Oisin Mullin, Lee Keegan; Patrick Durcan, Stephen Coen, Eoghan McLaughlin; Conor Loftus, Matthew Ruane; Kevin McLoughlin, Ryan O'Donoghue, Diarmuid O'Connor; Tommy Conroy, Aidan O'Shea, Cillian O'Connor.
Watch the All-Ireland senior football final between Dublin and Mayo live on RTÉ2 from 3.40pm Saturday, listen to live commentary on RTÉ Radio 1 or follow our live blog on RTÉ Sport Online and the RTÉ News app. Highlights on The Saturday Game (9.55 pm RTÉ2).
Follow All-Ireland senior football final between Dublin and Cork with our live blog on RTÉ Sport Online and the RTÉ News app (from 3pm Sunday) or listen to live commentary on RTÉ Radio 1. Highlights on The Sunday Game (9.30 pm RTÉ2)