Kieran McGeeney has made two changes to his starting team, from the one that suffered defeat in Tralee last week.
Armagh head into the game off the back of two consecutive defeats on the road to Roscommon and Kerry.
But they face into two home games in the next two rounds, first against Donegal before Galway in two weeks.
It’s a chance for Armagh to pull themselves out of relegation trouble and secure their status for next year.
Ethan Rafferty, who has hit two points in four outings, once again starts between the sticks for Armagh.
Rafferty made his goalkeeping championship debut against the Tir Chonaill men in Ballybofey last summer.
Barry McCambridge was Armagh’s man of the match last weekend. He kept Player of the Year David Clifford scoreless from play.
He moves into the full back line, where he’ll be joined by experienced defenders Aidan Forker and Paddy Burns.
Joe McElroy comes in for his first start in an Armagh jersey since a 2020 league meeting with Westmeath.
He replaces the injured Conor O’Neill in the half back line. Greg McCabe returns to the centre half back position, where he featured for most of last year, with Aaron McKay on the wing.
Kieran McGeeney has picked the same midfield pairing that lined out in Tralee last Saturday evening. Ciaran Mackin will be alongside Jarly Og Burns.
Jason Duffy moves out into the half forward line, with Stefan Campbell taking up the other wing half forward position.
In the centre is Crossmaglen man Callum Cumiskey, who earned his first start of the league last weekend.
Andrew Murnin will wear the number 14 jersey while Rian O’Neill and Conor Turbitt are the corner forwards.
Rory Grugan is still injured so won’t see any game time while Tiernan Kelly, Armagh’s only goal scorer in the league, will be among the subs.