Kildare manager Jack O'Connor has made one enforced change for Sunday's Leinster Senior Football final against Dublin.
Kevin Feely has been ruled out with the knee injury he suffered in the Lilywhites' semi-final victory against Westmeath.
Luke Flynn comes into the side in the middle of the park in Feely's absence, having served a two-game suspension for his red card against Meath.
Defender Eoin Doyle has been named to start, despite tweaking his hamstring in that win over Westmeath earlier this month.
It'll be Kildare's first provincial final since 2017 and they'll be aiming to stop Dublin lifting the Delaney Cup for the 11th year in-a-row.
😡 "Dublin are dangerous when they're wound up, I pity Kildare."
How do you see Sunday going? @AndyPMoran and @PaddyAMetis reckon a Dublin backlash is on the cards - and Kildare may just face the brunt of it!
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Kildare team to play Dublin: Mark Donnellan; Mark Dempsey, Mick O'Grady, Eoin Doyle; Ryan Houlihan, David Hyland cpt., Kevin Flynn; Luke Flynn, Aaron Masterson; Alex Beirne, Fergal Conway, Neil Flynn; Ben McCormack, Daniel Flynn, Jimmy Hyland.