With a break in the National Hurling League next weekend, Munster giants Tipperary and Clare have teed up an enticing challenge match for Sunday at Templederry (throw-in 2.30pm).
The clash will mark the opening of the Kenyon Community Centre, which will be performed before the throw-in by GAA President Sean Kelly.
Both Tipp manager Babs Keating and Clare boss Anthony Daly have named experimental line-ups with a view to sounding out players before the league's final stages and the start of the Munster Championship in May.
The two sides will meet again in the Munster SHC final on June 25 if Tipp can see off Limerick and Waterford, and Clare can avenge last summer's All-Ireland semi-final defeat by Cork in the other side of the draw.
The line-ups for Sunday's clash at the north Tipperary venue are listed below.
TIPPERARY: Damien Young (Drom & Inch); Patrick Stapleton (Borris-Ileigh), Shane McDermott (Cappawhite), Paul Ormond (Loughmore-Castleiney); Damian McGrath (Knockavilla Kickhams), John Devane (Clonoulty-Rossmore), Hugh Moloney (Nenagh Eire Og); Colin Morrissey (Galtee Rovers), James Woodlock (Drom & Inch); Tony Scroope (Burgess), Eoin Brislane (Toomevara), Ken Dunne (Toomevara); Seamus Butler (Drom & Inch), Declan Fanning (Killenaule), Darragh Egan (Kildangan).
Substitutes: Brendan Cummins (Ballybacon-Grange), Eamonn Buckley (Drom & Inch), Michael Ryan (Moneygall), Liam England (Roscrea), John Enright (Thurles Sarsfields), John O'Brien (Toomevara), Niall Curran (Mullinahone).
CLARE: Philip Brennan (Tulla); Tommy Holland (Whitegate), John Coen (Wolfe Tones), Pat Donnellan (O'Callaghan's Mills); Fergus Flynn (Eire Og, Ennis), Sean McMahon (St. Josephs Doora Barefield), Gerry Quinn (Corofin); Colin Lynch (Lissycasey), Brian Lynch (Tulla); James McInerney (Newmarket On Fergus), Barry Nugent (Eire Og), Derrick Quinn (Clarecastle); Daithi O'Connell (Wolfe Tones), Tony Griffin (Ballyea), Declan O'Rourke (Wolfe Tones).
Substitutes: Davy Fitzgerald (Sixmilebridge), Conor Harrison (Clooney), Conor McMahon (Kilmaley), Fergus Lynch (Clooney), Ger O'Grady (Crusheen), David Hoey (St. Josephs Doora Barefield), Paddy Vaughan (Crusheen), Tony Carmody (Inagh).