Dublin shake up midfield and frontline for Kerry clash
So now we know but how will both sides really line out.
Dublin boss Jim Gavin has revealed his team selection cards ahead of Sunday afternoon's All-Ireland semi-final with Kerry.
As predicted on The GAA Hour, Denis Bastick will start in midfield alongside Brian Fenton. Michael Darragh Macauley is the man to drop out. Bastick's reliability gets him the nod for The Kingdom clash.
The other two changes see James McCarthy and Paul Mannion, goalscorer against Donegal, coming in for Paddy Andrews and Kevin McManamon.
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The subs' bench has yet to be released but it should be forthcoming this afternoon.
On Friday night, Eamon Fitzmaurice named his 26 man squad. Johnny Buckley and Michael Geaney are in reserve while Colm Cooper and Kieran Donaghy are both named in the starting line-ups.
Two veterans get the nod https://t.co/AjtjadgMVp
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Of course, there could yet be changes to both teams before throw-in at Croke Park.
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