Both the Dublin and Offaly teams have been announced ahead of this weekends do-or-die qualifier games.
Ger Cunnigham has made three changes to the Dublin side as he brings the Boys in Blue down his native Cork. Both sides have everything to lose in this game and Cunningham had wielded the axe as he attempts to heap more misery on the Rebels.
Gary Maguire returns in goal as the Dubs look to experience while Mark Schutte and Paul Ryan both come into the full-forward line. Conor Dooley, Daniel O’Connell and David O’Callaghan are the players to make way.
Dublin – G. Maguire; E. O’Donnell, C. O’Callaghan, O. Gough; S. Barrett, L. Rushe, C. Crummey; D. Plunkett, J. McCaffrey; R O’Dwyer, N. McMarrow, D. Treacy; P. Ryan, E. Dillon. M. Schutte.
Elsewhere, Offaly have made one enforced change to their side. Colin Egan is suspended and will be replaced by Sean Cleary who will wear number 14 on his back.
Offaly will be looking to shock a few people when they head to Wexford Park. They possess big scoring threats of Joe Bergin at centre-forward and the ever dependable Shane Dooley in the corner.
Offaly – J. Dempsey; N. Wynne, C. McDonald. P. Rigney; D. Mooney, S. Gardiner, D. King; P. Murphy, S. Ryan; J. Mulrooney, J. Bergin, S. Kinsella; S. Dooley, S. Cleary, K. Connolly.
All other teams are expected to announce their starting line-ups later this evening. Stay tuned to Pundit Arena GAA for all the latest updates.