Monaghan have named their starting 15 for this Saturday evenings meeting with Dublin in Croke park in Division 1.
Seamus Mc Enaney has been forced into 2 changes with Drew Wylie coming in for Kieran Hughes who received a red card in the clash with Tyrone, but may still be available pending an appeal while Christopher Mc Guinness comes in for Jack Mc Carron who departed the action in Castleblayney with what appeared to be a hamstring concern.
The team in full is Rory Beggan in goals, with Drew Wylie, Conor Boyle and Kieran Duffy in the full back line.
Karl O’ Connell, Ryan Wylie and Michael Bannigan are in the half back line with the usual midfield partnership of Darren Hughes and Niall Kearns
Ryan Mc Anespie, Conor Mc Carthy and Dessie Ward are in the half forward line with Dermot Malone, Christopher Mc Guinness and Conor Mc Manus completing the starting 15.
Monaghan currently sit 4th in the table on 2 points following their win over Tyrone while Dublin are ahead of them on 3 points after their draw with Kerry in the opening round and followed that up with a win over Mayo.
Former Monaghan player, Paul Finaly noted that the performances from Seamus Mc Enaney’s side so far have been impressive but they will need to maintain that this weekend