Kieran McGeeney has named his Armagh team that will take on All-Ireland champions Kerry in Tralee this weekend.
Both sides are coming into this game off the back of defeats. So, both be looking to get back to winning ways.
There are two changes from the side that started last weekend. Armagh came up short against Roscommon, losing 1-12 to 0-12.
Half forwards Jemar Hall and Rory Grugan haven’t been selected in the starting 15. But anything could happen before throw in.
Ethan Rafferty, who pulled off a fine diving save against Roscommon, holds on to the number one jersey.
Paddy Burns earns his third start in a row, having missed out the first day against Monaghan, while Conor O’Neill is in the other corner.
Aidan Forker resumes his spot at full back. He’ll likely be tasked with the huge challenge of limiting David Clifford’s influence.
Greg McCabe comes into the half back line and earns his second appearance of 2023 and his first start.
Barry McCambridge once again lines out at centre half back, with Aaron McKay moving out to the wing.
In midfield, Ciaran Mackin made his first appearance last week. He was replaced at half time but gets another start.
He’ll be partnered by Jarly Og Burns, who moves into his more natural position having played the last year at wing back.
Callum Cumiskey starts in the half forward line, with Tiernan Kelly on the opposite flank.
Andrew Murnin, one of Armagh’s in-form players, moves out to centre half forward. He’ll roam anywhere between midfield and the edge of the square.
That sees Stefan Campbell switch into the full forward line where he’ll offer a different threat and has huge scoring potential.
Rian O’Neill and last weeks man of the match Jason Duffy complete the line up and they are Armagh’s two corner forwards.