Mayo manager James Horan has made two changes to his side for Saturday's All-Ireland football final clash with Tyrone.
First-year senior Enda Hession (21) replaces Eoghan McLaughlin, whose jaw was broken in the semi-final victory over Dublin, and Bryan Walsh starts in place of Darren McHale, who was substituted after 27 minutes against the Dubs.
Captain Aidan O'Shea starts despite speculation around his place after also being substituted but moves from full-forward to centre-forward.
The game appears to have come too soon for key defender Oisin Mullin, who missed the semi-final due to a quad injury.
Tyrone have kept faith with the same starting XV that stunned Kerry in their semi-final.
That means there is no place for 2019 All-Star full-forward Cathal McShane, who bagged 1-03 off the bench in the win over the Kingdom.
The only positional swap suggested is Frank Burns lining out at wing-back and Peter Harte at centre-back.
Mayo: Rob Hennelly; Padraig O'Hora, Lee Keegan, Michael Plunkett; Paddy Durcan, Stephen Coen, Enda Hession; Matthew Ruane, Conor Loftus; Diarmuid O'Connor, Aidan O'Shea (c), Bryan Walsh; Kevin McLoughlin, Tommy Conroy, Ryan O'Donoghue.
Tyrone: Niall Morgan; Michael McKernan, Ronan McNamee, Padraig Hampsey (c); Frank Burns, Peter Harte, Kieran McGeary; Brian Kennedy, Conn Kilpatrick; Conor Meyler, Michael O'Neill, Niall Sludden; Darren McCurry, Mattie Donnelly, Conor McKenna.
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