Down boss James McCartan has delayed naming the Down team to face Mayo in this weekend's All-Ireland quarter-final.
The 70 minutes that Benny Coulter got under his belt however, has stood to him as he looks set to be lining up at corner forward.
As for Mayo, they have named an identical team to the one which faced Sligo in the Connacht Final.
For Sunday, Donegal have also named an unchanged side from the one which started the Ulster Final against Down, as Jim McGuinness’ squad prepare for their last eight clash with Kerry.
Eamon McGee and Neil Gallagher have lost their race against time for fitness, and the two men who were drafted onto the starting line-up — Leo McLoone and Declan Walsh — retain their positions for the Kingdom test.
Kerry also named an unchanged selection. Tomás ÓSé will make his 83rd Championship appearance against Donegal, and Colm Cooper can stretch his lead at the top of the scoring charts for the Kingdom, though how he does so will be of great interest.
Only one alteration appears on the Dublin team from the side that won the Leinster title, beating Meath in Croke Park.
Templeogue Synge Street attacker Eoghan O'Gara comes in to replace Kevin McManamon, the man who kicked the winning goal in last year's All-Ireland final.
Laois boss Justin McNulty has named his team, and it has no changes from the selection that turned Meath over in the round four qualifier.
Meanwhile, Seamus McEnaney has called an end to his tenure as Meath manager.
He released a statement last night that read: ““I want to thank my management team and the Meath players for their huge effort, commitment and loyalty.”
Donegal: P. Durcan; P. McGrath, N. McGee, F. McGlynn; Declan. Walsh, K. Lacey, A. Thompson; R. Bradley, R. Kavanagh; David Walsh, L. McLoone, M. McHugh; P. McBrearty, M. Murphy (Capt.), C. McFadden