Cork have recalled Conor Cahalane in attack for tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final clash with Dublin.
Boss Kieran Kingston has drafted in the St Finbarr's man in attack with Alan Cadogan the player to lose out.
Cadogan was replaced at half-time in last weekend's round 2 qualifier defeat of Clare with Cahalane coming on in that game midway through the second half.
Prior to the Clare game, Cahalane had started against Limerick in the Munster Championship though Cadogan came on that day and retained his spot for the Banner date.
Aside from that alteration, the Cork management has kept faith with 14 of the team that held off a rallying Clare at the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
Defender Niall O'Leary and goalscorer Jack O'Connor were both dismissed that day though neither had to serve a suspension as they walked for multiple bookings.
The side contains two-thirds of the players that lined out against Dublin in last November's qualifier win in Thurles.
Patrick Collins replaces retired goalkeeper Anthony Nash from that game while O'Leary, Ger Millerick, Darragh Fitzgibbon, and Cahalane effectively replace Damien Cahalane, Colm Spillane, Bill Cooper, and Declan Dalton.
P Collins; N O'Leary, R Downey, S O'Donoghue; T O'Mahony, M Coleman, G Millerick; D Fitzgibbon, L Meade; C Cahalane, S Harnedy, R O'Flynn; J O'Connor, S Kingston, P Horgan.
G Collins, S O'Leary Hayes, C Spillane, N Cashman, D Connery, B Hennessy, S Barrett, A Cadogan, A Connolly, S Twomey, D Dalton.
Dub boss Mattie Kenny has recalled defender Cian O'Callaghan and full-forward Ronan Hayes.
The pair were among four squad members that missed the Leinster final loss to Kilkenny due to Covid issues.
Full-back Eoghan O'Donnell misses out after a recurrence of a hamstring injury against the Cats.
A Nolan; A Dunphy, P Smyth, C O'Callaghan; D Gray, L Rushe, J Madden; R McBride, C Burke; D Sutcliffe, D Burke, C Crummey; C Boland, R Hayes, C O'Sullivan.
Conor Gleeson's suspension opens the door for Shane McNulty to return to the Waterford line-up for Saturday's quarter-final tie against Tipperary.
It's the only change from the side that overcame Galway last weekend.
S O'Brien; I Kenny, C Prunty, S McNulty; C Lyons, Shane Bennett, K Bennett; J Barron, P Hogan; J Fagan, J Prendergast, Stephen Bennett; D Hutchinson, A Gleeson, P Curran.
Former underage star Paddy Cadell comes into the Tipperary defence for Seamus Kennedy in the only change to Liam Sheedy's side.
B Hogan; C Barrett, P Maher, B Heffernan; P Cadell, B Maher, R Maher; A Flynn, M Breen; J Forde, N McGrath, D McCormack; J Morris, J O'Dwyer, S Callanan.
Kildare will line out without talisman midfielder Kevin Feely against Dublin in Sunday's Leinster SFC final.
Feely suffered a knee injury against Westmeath and misses out but defender Eoin Doyle has recovered from a hamstring strain.
M Donnellan; M Dempsey, M O'Grady, E Doyle; R Houlihan, D Hyland, K Flynn; L Flynn, A Masterson, A Beirne, F Conway, N Flynn; B McCormack, D Flynn, J Hyland.
Stephen O'Hanlon has been recalled to the Monaghan lineup for Saturday evening's Ulster SFC final against Tyrone, replacing Niall Kearns.
R Beggan; K Duffy, C Boyle, R Wylie; K O'Connell, D Ward, R McAnespie; D Hughes, K Lavelle; S O'Hanlon, A Mulligan, M Bannigan; C McCarthy, J McCarron, C McManus.
Offaly are unchanged for Sunday's Christy Ring Cup final against Derry.
C Clancy; P Delaney, C Burke, D King; A Treacy, B Conneely, K Sampson; L Fox, R Ravenhill; J Murphy, L Langton, J Sampson; E Cahill, B Duignan, O Kelly.
Ciaran O'Sullivan and Michael O'Neill have been drafted into the Cork U-20s side for Saturday afternoon's All-Ireland football semi-final against Offaly.
G Creedon; C O'Donovan, D Phelan, C McGoldrick; A Walsh-Murphy, T Walsh, D Cashman; B Hayes, C O'Sullivan; M O'Neill, J Cahalane, N Hartnett; D Dorgan, C Walsh, D Buckley.