Wexford will begin their Championship campaign this weekend without team captain Darren Stamp who is nursing an ankle injury.
Stamp sustained the injury when a girder fell in in a work-related accident last week and his place at centre-back has been taken by Ciarán Kenny, the squad's vice-captain.
The side to face Antrim in Sunday's Leinster SHC quarter-final at Wexford Park (throw-in 3.30pm) includes two Championship debutants - goalkeeper Niall Breen and teenage full-back Matthew O'Hanlon.
Stamp took part in a light hurling workout last weekend and if rated fit enough, manager Colm Bonnar may opt to use him as a substitute against a Saffrons side that took the scalp of Laois last time out.
Willie Doran, whose late goal against Tipperary helped Wexford hold onto their Division 1 status, will line out in midfield alongside the strong-running David Redmond.
The only change to the Wexford attack from the draw with Tipp is the selection of Éanna Martin at full-forward, with Garrett Sinnott the player to make way.
The prize for the winners on Sunday afternoon is a shot at reigning Leinster champions Kilkenny in a June 11 semi-final.
Niall Breen; Paul Roche, Matthew O'Hanlon, Keith Rossiter; Lar Prendergast, Ciarán Kenny, Michael Jacob; Willie Doran, David Redmond; PJ Nolan, Harry Kehoe, Stephen Banville; Rory Jacob, Éanna Martin, Jim Berry.