Sligo have included Eamon O'Hara in their team for Sunday's Connacht SFC semi-final against Roscommon despite fears over the 2002 All-Star's fitness.
O'Hara injured his hamstring in training last week but the Tourlestrane man is set to line out at Hyde Park in a Sligo team that shows one change to the side that beat New York 2-18 to 1-3 last month.
O'Hara, who started at midfield against New York, has been listed at left half-forward for this weekend's tie in a direct swap with Sean Davey.
Sligo's one change in personnel is at left corner forward where Curry clubman Adrian Marren is preferred to Gerry McGowan. Marren scored three points in an impressive cameo performance in the Big Apple.
Managed by Tommy Breheny, Sligo are bidding to reach the Connacht final for the first time since 2002.
The Yeats county's last championship win over Roscommon was back in 1997. The sides also clashed in the 1998 and 2004 Connacht championships with the Rossies earning replay victories in both years.
SLIGO (SFC v Roscommon) - P Greene; C Harrison, N McGuire, R Donovan; P McGovern, M McNamara, J Davey; S Davey, K Quinn; B Curran, M Breheny, E O'Hara; D Kelly, P Gallagher, A Marren.