Galway manager John McIntyre has made two changes to his starting selection for Sunday's Leinster SHC semi-final against Offaly at Croke Park (throw-in 4pm).
Both changes are in attack with Aonghus Callanan and Iarla Tannian coming in for the Tribesmen.
Callanan replaces the suspended Andy Smith at left half-forward, after the Portumna clubman picked up a red card in the 2-22 to 1-14 win over Wexford.
Meanwhile, Tannian comes into the side in place of Joe Gantley in the full-forward line. Aidan Harte is also fit to start after overcoming a hip injury sustained when in action with his club Gort last weekend.
Lorrha native McIntyre has had previous spells as Offaly manager, and he says he still has a huge regard for his former charges.
"Obviously, I still have a soft spot for Offaly hurling," he told the Connacht Tribune.
"They are a proud hurling county and I have huge regard for their players and supporters. I am not the first manager, though, who finds himself in this position and I won't be the last, but my complete focus is on helping Galway to achieve what they are capable of."
Meanwhile, Offaly manager Joe Dooley has yet to name his starting line-up for Sunday's encounter.
The three-time All-Ireland winner has been sweating on the fitness of both James Rigney and Derek Molloy in recent days.
Rigney is currently undergoing treatment for a groin injury, while Molloy is recovering from an ankle problem.
GALWAY (SHC v Offaly): C Callanan; D Joyce, S Kavanagh, O Canning; D Barry, T Óg Regan, D Collins; G Farragher, D Burke; D Hayes, C Donnellan, A Callanan, A Harte, J Canning, I Tannian.