The Dublin team is unchanged for Sunday’s All Ireland Football final against champions Kerry at Croke Park.
That means Ciaran Kilkenny is on the bench as is Sean Bugler, who missed the semi-final win over Monaghan with a calf injury.
Dublin are bidding for their first All-Ireland title since 2020.
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Here’s their manager Dessie Farrell on the threat of Kerry forward David Clifford.
“It keeps us awake late at night for sure. Look he is a special talent. I actually love watching him play because he’s so gifted. And obviously, we’ve got to do our best to try and minimize his impact. It’s not going to be easy.”
“I think we have to accept that he is who he is. He’s in such a rich vein of form. He’s been so impressive all season, but he’s going to play like he does.”
“We can’t become overburdened with the idea of trying to stop him playing, that wont necessarily serve us well because they have some other key threats in the forwards.”