The final quarter-final in the Ulster Senior Football Championship takes place this afternoon with Donegal hosting neighbours Fermanagh in Ballybofey (2pm).
Tyrone, Cavan and Monaghan are all safely through to the last four in Ulster and Donegal are strong favourites to join them.
However, Fermanagh come to MacCumhaill Park with a preliminary round win over Antrim under their belts and a pep in their step after a decent Division Two league campaign.
Mark Anthony McGinley of St. Michael's will make his championship debut in goal for Donegal who also include Hugh McFadden at midfield along with Rory Kavanagh.
Michael Murphy, an injury concern in the lead-up to this weekend, is named at full forward.
The winners of today's tie will meet Monaghan in the Ulster semi-final at the end of the month.
The losers will travel to play Wexford in the All Ireland qualifiers.