Recalled goalkeeper Robert Hennelly is one of four changes to the Mayo team for Sunday's Connacht SFC final against London in Castlebar (throw-in 2pm).
Hennelly returned to training last weekend as injury cover for regular net minders David Clarke and Kenneth O'Malley and with the pair ruled out of contention, the Breaffy clubman will make his first Championship appearance since the 2011 All-Ireland semi-final loss to Kerry.
Two of James Horan's four alterations from the recent Connacht semi-final win over Roscommon are enforced.
A hamstring injury has ruled out centre back Donal Vaughan, so Keith Higgins will stand in for him in the number 6 jersey with Chris Barrett added to the half-back line.
It will be a first Championship start for Hollymount/Carramore ace Darren Coen at left corner forward, while a fully-fit Andy Moran resumes in the right corner - the Ballaghaderreen clubman's most recent Championship start was against Down last August when he sustained a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Cathal Carolan and Enda Varley are the players to make way in attack, with Richie Feeney set to line out at wing forward despite reports of a niggling foot injury.
Hennelly, Feeney, Barrett, Moran, Dillon, Tom Cunniffe and Alan Freeman are the seven survivors from the Mayo side that needed extra-time to beat London at Ruislip in the 2011 Connacht Championship.
That 0-19 to 2-10 victory was Horan's first Championship match in charge of the westerners. Since then Mayo have won back-to-back Nestor Cups and they were Allianz League Division 1 and All-Ireland runners-up last season.
MAYO (SFC v London): Robert Hennelly; Tom Cunniffe, Ger Cafferkey, Chris Barrett; Lee Keegan, Keith Higgins, Colm Boyle; Aidan O'Shea, Seamus O'Shea; Kevin McLoughlin, Alan Dillon, Richie Feeney; Andy Moran, Alan Freeman, Darren Coen.