Both Tyrone and Mayo have announced their starting teams for Saturday's All-Ireland Senior Football final.
💚❤️Here is the Mayo Football team to face Tyrone in the All-Ireland Final 💚❤️
📆 Saturday 11th September
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— Mayo GAA (@MayoGAA) September 10, 2021
James Horan has made two changes from their semi-final encounter against Dublin, with Byran Walsh and Enda Hession called into action as Darren MacHale and Eoghan McLaughlin make way.
Tyrone on the other hand have opted to stick to the 15 who started their semi-final clash against Kerry, with Cathal McShane starting on the bench despite his 1-3 showing two weeks ago.
TEAM NEWS 🇵🇱
Here's our Starting XV for tomorrow's All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final ⬇️
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— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) September 10, 2021
Aidan O'Shea, named at centre-forward, will captain the Westerners, while Padraig Hampsey leads the Red Hand.
The game will throw-in at 5pm at Croke Park with live coverage on RTÉ Two and Sky Sports Arena, and on GAAGO for views outside of Ireland.