Armagh will begin Saturday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final against Cavan without their top marksman Rian O’Neill.
The Crossmaglen sharpshooter had been sidelined with a quad injury and missed Armagh’s last two games.
Those were against Tyrone in the final round of the National League and Antrim in the Ulster Championship opener.
O’Neill has been named among the subs though and it’s a strong looking bench that Kieran McGeeney can call upon.
Conor O’Neill and Andrew Murnin do return to the starting line-up however, in place of James Morgan and Tiernan Kelly.
Ethan Rafferty starts in goals, back in the same venue where he made his championship debut back in 2013.
While he’ll be protecting the goals in Breffni Park this weekend, he was rattling them on his debut ten years ago.
Rafferty raised a green flag after coming off the bench against Cavan as Armagh lost by four, 1-15 to 1-11.
Conor O’Neill starts at corner back, alongside Aaron McKay and Aidan Forker in the last line of defence.
The half back line is the same as the Antrim game. Ciaran Mackin will line out in the centre however, with Greg McCabe and Barry McCambridge on the wings.
In midfield, Ben Crealey and Shane McPartlan will once again combine in the centre, just as they did against Antrim.
Jemar Hall will line out at centre half forward, with Stefan Campbell and Jason Duffy either side.
Andrew Murnin, who picked up a hamstring injury against Tyrone and missed the Antrim game, returns to full forward.
Joining the St Paul’s clubman is Rory Grugan in one corner with Conor Turbitt, scorer of 0-8 the last day out, in the other.
James Morgan and Tiernan Kelly, who both started in the first round, haven’t made the panel to face Cavan.
But Kieran McGeeney can call upon the likes of Rian O’Neill, Jarly Og Burns, Callum Cumiskey and Aidan Nugent.