Dublin and Mayo have both named unchanged teams for Saturday's All-Ireland Football Final.
They both sticked with the teams who eased past Cavan and Tipperary two weeks ago.
Dublin are seeking to make history with their sixth All-Ireland title on the trot while Mayo are hoping to end a 69-year wait for Sam Maguire.
Dessie Farrell has given Robbie McDaid, Paddy Small and Sean Bugler their first All-Ireland final starts.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) December 18, 2020
For Mayo, Oisín Mullin, Eoghan McLaughlin, Mattie Ruane, Ryan O’Donoghue and Tommy Conroy will be making their All-Ireland debuts.
It will also be a first All-Ireland start for Stephen Coen and Conor Loftus who have previously featured off the bench.
The teams may well change before the 5pm throw-in as both Farrell and James Horan have changed their teams last minute before.
DUBLIN (SFC v Mayo): S Cluxton; M Fitzsimons, D Byrne, J Cooper; E Murchan, J Small, R McDaid; B Fenton, J McCarthy; N Scully, C Kilkenny, S Bugler; P Small, C O’Callaghan, D Rock.
MAYO (SFC): D Clarke; C Barrett, O Mullin, L Keegan; P Durcan, S Coen, E McLaughlin; C Loftus, M Ruane; K McLoughlin, R O’Donoghue, D O’Connor; T Conroy, A O’Shea, C O’Connor.