GAA folk in Donegal know all about the dangers of facing Armagh.
Having lost out so many times in the 2000s to a dominant Orchard county who contained the likes of McGeeney, McConville, Bellew and McDonnell, Jim McGuinness and his class of 2014 will certainly not be taking the challenge lightly.
The humiliating 2-14 to 0-11 point qualifier defeat in Crossmaglen in 2010 is the game that many people look back on as the lowest point in Donegal football in recent times.
McGuinness took charge the following year and the rest as they say is history.
Jim McGuinness dosent do history however, he deals in the here and now and he will be well aware of the threat posed by the current crop of Armagh players.
McGuinness is likely to stick with the same defence that started the Ulster final with the two McGee’s and Paddy McGrath in the full back line, while Lacey, McGlynn and Thompson look set to line out in the half back line.
At midfield Neil Gallagher could be joined by MacNiallais, McElhinney or Kavanagh, while in the half forward line Christy Toye, Leo McLoone and Ryan McHugh should all start.
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