Who do you think should start in the Armagh full back line against Antrim in the preliminary round of the Ulster Championship?
Armagh host Antrim in the BOX-IT Athletic Grounds this Saturday afternoon to get their campaign underway.
There are a few injury concerns. There is a question mark over the fitness of Paddy Burns while James Morgan is only coming back.
One of Armagh’s star performers in the league, McCambridge enjoyed a hugely successful Division One campaign.
He held both David Clifford and Shane Walsh scoreless from play and conceded just one-point off Darragh Canavan.
Morgan hasn’t played this season yet, due to injury, but seems to be making his way back to full fitness.
He lined out for Crossmaglen in the first round of the club league two weeks ago and could be in contention for a starting spot against Antrim.
Finn started the opening two games of the league for Armagh, against Monaghan and Mayo, but hasn’t featured since.
Still, Finn is in the reckoning for a place in that full back line and could be an option against Antrim.
Forker starred in Armagh’s recent two-point defeat to Tyrone, scoring the same tally (0-2) from play as his marker Darren McCurry.
The Maghery defender remains one of Armagh’s top players and remains a crucial member of the defence.
The Dromintee man played in all of Armagh’s league and championship encounters last year as they reached the last eight.
This year, he’s played the sweeper role to good effect and is usually guaranteed his spot in the last line of defence.
When injury free, Burns usually picks up a corner back spot, but whether he’ll be fit for Antrim or not is unknown.
Burns was enjoyed a good league campaign. He made four appearances, his last against Donegal in round five.