Kieran McGeeney has named his team that travels to Castleblayney to take on Monaghan in round one of the NFL.
The 2002 All-Ireland winning captain ran his eye over 35 players during the McKenna Cup. No doubt picking the squad caused a few headaches.
Armagh made the perfect start to their Division One league campaign last season, beating Dublin and Tyrone in the first two rounds.
Monaghan ended that winning streak and the Farney County always provide a stiff test for Armagh.
Ethan Rafferty is set to make his 80th appearance in an Armagh jersey, and his 11th between the sticks.
Aidan Forker returns to the full back line, having been left out of the squad that suffered a five-point defeat to Cavan in the McKenna Cup.
The Maghery man will wear the number three jersey, with Aaron McKay and Ross Finn in the corners.
Barry McCambridge earns his first league start, having made his debut against Tyrone in the 2021 league.
McCambridge slots in at centre half back with Conor O’Neill and Jarly Og Burns starting on the wings.
McGeeney has gone with the same midfield that started the last day out against Cavan in Breffni Park.
Clan na Gael playmaker and former Armagh captain Stefan Campbell partners Stephen Sheridan at centerfield.
Callum Cumiskey returned to the Armagh panel this season after a great year pulling the strings for Crossmaglen.
He starts with the number ten on his back, with Rory Grugan and Tiernan Kelly completing the half forward line.
Joint-captains Rian O’Neill and Aidan Nugent are the two corner forwards. Andrew Murnin, set for his 50th Armagh appearance, begins on the edge of the square.
It’s a strong starting team for the Orchard County and there’s plenty of options off the bench as well.
Youngsters like Oisin Conaty and Joe Sheridan netted in the McKenna Cup while Peter McGrane impressed for QUB in the Sigerson Cup.
Regulars like Connaire Mackin, Jemar Hall and Jason Duffy are also available for selection if needed.