Adrian Flynn has paid the price for failing to score in last weekend's win over Down with Collie Byrne taking his place in the Wexford attack for tomorrow's GAA Football All-Ireland quarter-final showdown with Armagh, throw-in 2pm.
Byrne impressed as a substitute in the qualifier defeat of Down, popping over a late point.
He has been pencilled in at left half-forward for Wexford's first quarter-final appearance since the new championship system was introduced in 2001. Flynn drops to the bench.
Former All Star Matty Forde, who led the Wexford scoring last time out, is fit enough to take his place at left corner-forward.
There has been some concern over Forde's hamstring injury and he has paid a few visits to the cryotherapy chambers in Whites Hotel this week to aid the recovery process.
Thomas Howlin has also been dealing with a hamstring problem but Wexford manager Jason Ryan said the player remains 'very hopeful' that he can play some part in the quarter-final.
Focusing on tomorrow's clash with the Ulster champions, Ryan admitted: "This is the last-eight, so the standard of opposition was always going to be high no matter who we got.
"This Armagh game is a matter of us getting our preparations right for the day, and stifling the scoring threat of Stevie McDonnell and Ronan Clarke while trying to put our own impact on the game."
WEXFORD (SFC v Armagh) - A Masterson; D Walsh, P Wallace, B Malone; A Morrissey, D Murphy, C Morris (capt); E Bradley, B Doyle; R Barry, P Colfer, C Byrne; C Lyng, PJ Banville, M Forde.