David Clifford included in Kerry's most exciting forward line of the year
Kerry may not be proving too adept at shutting down the opposition dangermen, and conceding poor scores, but they sure as hell have an exciting set of forwards.
Still, without Kieran Donaghy, Darran O'Sullivan and James O'Donoghue, Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice is able to select a potential lethal half- and full-forward line.
Having slipped up to Monaghan last weekend, Kerry are looking to get back on track against a Galway team that recently smoked Mayo in Salthill.
Barry O'Sullivan and Jack Barry are named in midfield for The Kingdom while Sean O Sé and David Clifford are both in from the start. Clifford scored three off the Kerry bench against Monaghan, last time out [below], and showed no ill effects of the hamstring strain he picked up in the win over Mayo.
David Clifford with the finisher, after great Kerry teamwork! pic.twitter.com/yBz5ZiV1Ue
— The GAA (@officialgaa) February 18, 2018
O Sé is in a half forward line that boasts Stephen O'Brien and the ever-improving Micheál Burns, who impressed against Monaghan.
In the full forwards, Clifford is joined by Barry John Keane and 2017 All Star Paul Geaney.
Fitzmaurice has opted to replace goalkeeper Shane Murphy with Killarney Legion's Brian Kelly for the visit of Galway, on Sunday.
The Kerry Senior Football Team v Galway AFL Round 4 Sunday 25th February 2018 pic.twitter.com/JIktSpD4ID
— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) February 23, 2018
Galway have yet to confirm their starting team and subs for the game.