Football League: Mattie Donnelly ruled out of Tyrone's contest against Dublin
|Allianz Football League|
|Dates: 11 & 12 February Coverage: Live Radio Ulster 1341 MW and BBC Sport website - from 18:45 GMT Saturday, 13:45 Sunday|
Mattie Donnelly will miss Tyrone's Football League Division One contest with All-Ireland champions Dublin at Croke Park on Saturday night.
Donnelly had to go off early in Sunday's win over Roscommon after taking a bang to the head so Peter Harte switches to centre half-back.
Padraig McNulty is called up while the other change sees keeper Niall Morgan replacing Mickey O'Neill.
Declan McClure switches from midfield to the half-forward line.
Dubs boss Jim Gavin has made one change from the comfortable opening win over Cavan as Eoghan O'Gara replaces Kevin McManamon at full-forward.
Donegal manager Rory Gallagher hands a first league start to St Eunan's Conor Gibbons for Sunday's Division One game against Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park.
Gibbons replaces Michael Langan, who made his league debut in the opening defeat by Kerry, while Neil McGee replaces Frank McGlynn in the defence.
Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke has named an unchanged team from the line-up which started in the win over Mayo for Sunday's Division One derby against Cavan at Castleblayney.
Cavan boss Mattie McGleenan makes one alteration from the side which started against Dublin as Gearoid McKiernan replaces Niall McDermott.
Derry boss Damian Barton makes two changes from the opening Division Two draw against Clare for Sunday's game against Meath in Navan.
Goalkeeper Ben McKinless will make his first league start in place of Thomas Mallon while Mark Lynch is missing from the match-day squad as Danny Tallon is drafted into the full-forward line.
Fermanagh make two changes for their Division Two encounter against Galway at Brewster Park as goalkeeper Chris Snow comes in for Thomas Treacy, while Ryan Lyons replaces Eoin McManus, who hit the Fermanagh goal in Pairc Esler.
Also in Division Two, Down will be hoping to take something from their game against Clare in Ennis after the disappointing opening defeat by Fermanagh.
Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney makes three changes from the opening Division Three draw with Sligo for Sunday's game against Laois at the Athletic Grounds.
Paul Hughes, Aidan Forker and Aaron Findon replace Shea Heffron, Ciaran Higgins and Ben Crealey.
Also in Division Three, Antrim will take some positives from last weekend's opening defeat by promotion favourites Tipperary when they face Offaly at Tullamore.
The Saffrons led last year's All-Ireland semi-finalists by two points at half-time in Thurles before Tipp fought back to win 2-12 to 0-13.
Tyrone (v Dublin): N Morgan, P Hampsey, R McNamee, C McCarron, T McCann, P Harte, J Munroe, C Cavanagh, P McNulty, C Meyler, N Sludden, D McClure, D McCurry, C McShane, R O'Neill.
Dublin: S Cluxton; P McMahon, M Fitzsimons, E Lowndes; J McCarthy, J Small, J McCaffrey; B Fenton, MD Macauley; N Scully, P Mannion, C Kilkenny; J Whelan, E O'Gara, D Rock.
Donegal (v Roscommon): MA McGinley, C Ward, N McGee, P McGrath, R McHugh, E Gallagher, P Brennan, J McGee, H McFadden, C Thompson, M O'Reilly, C Gibbons, P McBrearty, M Murphy, J Brennan.
Monaghan (v Cavan): R Beggan; F Kelly, D Wylie, R Wylie; K Duffy, N McAdam, C Walshe; D Hughes, K Hughes; K O'Connell, S Carey, G Doogan; C McCarthy, T Kerr, C McManus.
Cavan: J Farrelly; F Reilly, P Faulkner, K Brady; M Reilly, C Moynagh, J McCutcheon; K Clarke, R Dunne; C Brady, D McVeety, G Smith; N Clerkin, G McKiernan, S Johnston.
Derry (v Meath): B McKinless; N Keenan, C Nevin, R Murphy; N Forester, M McEvoy, P Hagan; C McAtamney, J Kielt; E Lynn, N Loughlin, C McWilliams; B Heron, E McGuckin, D Tallon.
Armagh (v Laois): M McNeice; M Shields, C Vernon, P Hughes; A Forker, N Rowland, A McKay; S Sheridan, A Findon; N Grimley, C White, S Campbell; A Duffy, E Rafferty, O MacIomhair.
Fermanagh (v Galway): C Snow, M Jones, C Cullen, C McManus, D McCusker, R McCluskey, B Mulrone, E Donnelly, L Cullen, A Breen, R Lyons, P McCusker, E Courtney, S Quigley, T Corrigan.
|Allianz Football League Division One - Saturday 11 February|
|Croke Park, 19:00 GMT|
|Carriganore, 19:00 GMT|
|Allianz Football League Division One - Sunday 12 February - 14:00 unless stated|
|Dr Hyde Park|
|Athletic Grounds, 15:30|
|Dr Cullen Park, 13:00|