Kieran McGeeney has named his squad to take on Mayo this weekend, in the second round of the National League.
Armagh got off to a great start in the opening round, defeating neighbours Monaghan with two-points to spare.
A Tiernan Kelly first half goal was crucial for the Orchard County, who pushed on after the interval.
They stormed to a six-point lead before letting Monaghan back into the game. But Armagh held on for an important victory.
McGeeney has named the same starting 15 that was named ahead of the Monaghan clash, although there was one change before the ball was thrown in.
Jemar Hall came in at wing half forward for Callum Cumiskey, who didn’t feature at all. He’s been named to start on Sunday but there could be another late change.
Ethan Rafferty capped his 80th Armagh appearance last weekend with a superb first half score.
He first pulled on the goalkeeper jersey against Mayo last year and has kept his spot between the sticks ever since.
The full back line is made up of Aaron McKay, Aidan Forker and Ross Finn. All three had good outings in round one.
Conor O’Neill performed really well at wing half back and he’s joined by Barry McCambridge and Jarly Og Burns.
Stefan Campbell, BBC’s Man of the Match against Monaghan, starts at midfield alongside Stephen Sheridan.
Should Cumiskey start, he’ll be joined by Rory Grugan and Tiernan Kelly in Armagh’s half forward line.
Kelly was in superb form last weekend and was named as The Sideline Eye Man of the Match.
The inside line will once again be Rian O’Neil, Andrew Murnin and Aidan Nugent. The trio contributed 0-8 of Armagh’s 1-14 last week.
Jason Duffy, Niall Grimley and Ross McQuillan all made eye-catching impacts off the bench last weekend.
Kieran McGeeney is sure to use his subs bench once again this weekend, as it is stacked with quality and potential.