Tyrone have made one change to their side for Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Football Final against Dublin.
Mickey Harte has named Mark Bradley to start at corner forward, with Lee Brennan set to start on the bench.
There’s no place in the starting 15 for Conor Meyler, he has to settle for a place on the bench after recovering from the knee injury he sustained against Donegal in the Super 8s.
Captain Mattie Donnelly’s been picked at wing-forward and he says both sides will be trying to be intelligent when in possession.
Meanwhile, former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has ruled himself out of contention for the Mayo job.
The 2012 All-Ireland winning boss says his focus is now on his career in soccer coaching and he’s not planning a return to inter-county management.
McGuinness feels the time is right to become a head-coach, having previously worked as an assistant at Celtic.
Former Mayo boss James Horan also appears to be out of the race to succeed Stephen Rochford, as he feels the time is not right for a return.