Kieran McGeeney has made three changes to his starting team that takes on Roscommon in round three of the NFL on Sunday.
Armagh travel west this weekend to take on table toppers Roscommon with a huge two points on offer for the winner.
It’s a top of the table clash as both sides came through the opening two round unbeaten, with Roscommon overcoming Tyrone and Galway.
Ethan Rafferty will once again tog out with the number one jersey on his back and keeps his place in nets.
Mayo could have snatched a goal at the end against Armagh when Rafferty darted forward, so Roscommon will target his forward forays.
Aaron McKay and Aidan Forker remain in the full back line while Paddy Burns, who started against Mayo, comes in at corner back for Ross Finn.
Forker first lined out at full back against Roscommon in 2018, moving from full forward to the last line of defence.
The half back line is the same as the one that lined out against Monaghan in the opening round of the league.
Conor O’Neill missed out on the Mayo game, but returns to the fold alongside Barry McCambridge and Jarly Og Burns.
Return of the Mack
Ciaran Mackin is set to make his first appearance of 2023, coming into midfield to partner Stefan Campbell.
Callum Cumiskey made an extremely important goal line clearance against Mayo and is due to start on Sunday.
Rory Grugan and Tiernan Kelly, the Man of the Match against Monaghan, complete the half forward line.
Inside, Rian O’Neill is the star attraction of the forward line and he’s currently Armagh’s top scorer in the league.
His last gasp free against Mayo earned Armagh a point when they had looked dead and buried ten minutes previous.
Andrew Murnin was voted as the Man of the Match that day, while Conor Turbitt gets his second start of the league.
The pair really impressed the last day out, hitting 0-3 apiece, and both keep their place in the attack.