The Armagh team to face Galway in Saturday’s league showdown at the BOX-IT Athletic Grounds has been named.
Kieran McGeeney has named two changes to the side that overcame Donegal, in the same venue, two weeks ago.
There are a number of positional changes from that starting 15 as well. Paddy Burns and Conor Turbitt both miss out on a starting place.
Tiernan Kelly comes into the team for Burns and starts in the middle of the field alongside Stefan Campbell.
Ciaran Mackin and Jarly Og Burns, the midfield pairing against Donegal, have both shifted to wing backs.
Rory Grugan earns his first start since the Roscommon game in round four, replacing Conor Turbitt in the forward line.
Ethan Rafferty, who pointed frees against both Kerry and Donegal, will wear the number one jersey once again.
Aaron McKay reverts to the edge of the square, with Barry McCambridge and Aidan Forker in the corners.
Greg McCabe slots in at centre half back once again, alongside Mackin and Burns in the half back line.
Tiernan Kelly is back in the starting line-up having only came on against Donegal while Campbell has started every league game this year.
Callum Cumiskey has nailed a spot in the half forward line, shifting from the centre, where he started the last day, to the wing.
Grugan returns to the starting line-up and will wear the familiar number 11 shirt. Joe McElroy completes the half forward line.
McElroy made his first appearance of the year against Kerry in Tralee and earned a first start since 2020 against Donegal.
Armagh’s top scorer Rian O’Neill, who has hit 0-23 across their five league encounters, starts at corner forward.
Inside, Andrew Murnin, Armagh’s Man of the Match against both Mayo and Donegal, is full forward.
Jason Duffy, who started at wing half forward the last day out, will return to his more regular spot at corner forward.