Dublin face defending All Ireland champions Kerry in this year's second SFC semi-final at Croke Park later this afternoon.
The Kingdom will be favourites for the clash but struggled against Monaghan, only taking the lead for the first time with the final point of the quarter-final.
Pat O'Shea has brought in Bryan Sheehan to start at corner-forward instead of Mike Frank Russell, while Paul Caffery named an unchanged Dublin team.
The last time the two great rivals met was in the 2004 quarter-final, when Kerry ran out easy winners.
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