Armagh have made two changes for their trip to Carrick-on-Shannon to face Galway in the final round of the All-Ireland group stages.
Joint-captain Rian O’Neill will miss out having picked up a red card in Armagh’s recent two-point defeat to Tyrone.
Jarly Og Burns also looks set to miss out on a starting place. He has been named among the subs this weekend.
Kieran McGeeney has rejigged his line-up with a few players starting in different positions than they did the last day out.
Ciaran Higgins earns his first championship start for Armagh since making his championship debut back in 2018.
The Maghery defender has made three substitute appearances this season. He came into the fold in the first outing of the season against Antrim in the McKenna Cup.
Higgins also came off the bench against the Saffron’s in the first round of the Ulster Championship. He was again introduced against Cavan in the quarter-final.
Paddy Burns returned to the starting line up for the first time since round five of the National League against Donegal.
Burns has endured a torrid time with injuries and last played in the championship last season against Tyrone.
Higgins and Burns come into the full back line, alongside Aidan Forker, while Ethan Rafferty remains in goals.
Aaron McKay, Armagh’s number three throughout the entire championship, moved to centre half back.
The Dromintee defender with be flanked by Greg McCabe and Conor O’Neill, who pick up Galway’s Shane Walsh.
The midfield has been consistent throughout the All-Ireland series and Ben Crealey will once again partner Ciaran Mackin.
Callum Cumiskey, who started at centre half back against Tyrone two weeks ago, comes into the half forward line.
He’ll be joined by Jason Duffy, who earning a starting place in Armagh’s last 11 games, and Rory Grugan in attack.
Stefan Campbell moves into the full forward line in O’Neill’s absence, alongside Conor Turbitt and Andrew Murnin.