Fermanagh manager Charlie Mulgrew has made two changes in personnel for tonight's must-win NFL Division 1A clash with Dublin (Parnell Park, throw-in 7.45pm).
Peter Sherry and Shaun Doherty come back into the starting line-up, having been left out for the 0-12 to 1-7 defeat to Mayo two weeks ago.
Sherry returns at left half-back, replacing Raymie Johnston, while Tom Brewster, one of the Ernesiders' leading scorers last season, makes way for Doherty who has been named at centre forward.
James Sherry, who led the Fermanagh attack against Mayo, drops back to partner Martin McGrath in midfield, with Mark Murphy handed a role at full-forward.
The re-jigged full-forward line also includes Ciaran McElroy and Damien Kelly.
Fermanagh are dangerously close to dropping down to the reworked Division Three for next year and even three wins in their final three matches may not save them from relegation.
Tonight's throw-in time in the capital will be at 7.45pm, a quarter of an hour later than previously advertised.
FERMANAGH (NFL v Dublin) - N Tinney; N Bogue, B Owens, S Goan; S McDermott, S Lyons, P Sherry; M McGrath, J Sherry; M Little, S Doherty, E Maguire; C McElroy, M Murphy, D Kelly.
Substitutes: F Murphy, C Bradley, P Johnston, R McCluskey, S O'Brien, T McElroy, R Johnston, R Keenan, T Brewster.