Mayo senior manager Kevin McStay has made one change from the team that started against Cork last weekend.
They will face Galway in the preliminary quarter final on Sunday in Pearse Stadium, Salthill, at 3 p.m.
Sam Callinan replaces Donnacha McHugh in the half-back line.
Colm Reape continues in goal, with Jack Coyne, David McBrien and Padraig O’Hora in the full-back line. Sam Callinan lines out alongside Conor Loftus and Mayo captain Paddy Durcan.
Stephen Coen and Matthew Ruane are again paired at midfield, with Diarmuid O’Connor now in the half-forward line along with Jack Carney and Jordan Flynn.
Aidan O’Shea, James Carr and Ryan O’Donoghue complete the full-forward line.
However, the named selection is likely to see changes ahead of the throw-in, as recent evidence suggests.
But the big news is that Mayo stalwart Cillian O’Connor returns and is named as one of the substitutes after his impressive club performance last weekend.
Tyrone’s Sean Hurson will referee Sunday’s game, which is live on RTÉ 1 television and also on Midwest Radio with Michael D. McAndrew and Martin Carney. Mayo GAA will have live updates across all social media platforms also. Get your ticket here.
The Mayo senior team for the Galway clash is as follows:
1. Colm Reape, Knockmore
2. Jack Coyne, Ballyhaunis
3. David McBrien, Ballaghaderreen
4. Padraig O’Hora, Ballina Stephenites
5. Sam Callinan, Ballina Stephenites
6. Conor Loftus, Crossmolina Deel Rovers
7. Paddy Durcan, Castlebar Mitchels
8. Stephen Coen, Hollymount/Carramore
9. Matthew Ruane, Breaffy
10. Diarmuid O’Connor, Ballintubber
11. Jack Carney, Kilmeena
12. Jordan Flynn, Crossmolina Deel Rovers
13. Aidan O’Shea, Breaffy
14. James Carr, Ardagh
15. Ryan O’Donoghue, Beal an Mhuirthead
16.Rory Byrne, Castlebar Mitchels
17.Tommy Conroy, The Neale
18. Jason Doherty, Burrishoole
19. Enda Hession, Garrymore
20. Fionn McDonagh, Westport
21. Darren McHale, Knockmore
22. Donnacha McHugh, Castlebar Mitchels
23. Eoghan McLaughlin, Westport
24. Kevin McLoughlin, Knockmore
25. Cillian O’Connor, Ballintubber
26. Bob Tuohy, Castlebar Mitchels