Mickey Harte has kept faith with the starting fifteen which comfortably saw off the challenge of Kildare last weekend for this Sunday’s must win clash with Meath in Navan. Tyrone will be striving for a fifth straight win in their final division two encounter and it’s all to play for as far as promotion is concerned going into this final round of fixtures. Tyrone need to win to keep their chances alive but even a win doesn’t guarantee promotion, with Donegal, Derry and Laois also in the hunt for one of the two promotion spots.
Once again there are major talking points with regard to the Tyrone substitutes with Philip Jordan listed despite the fact that it has been rumoured he was taking a break from inter county action. Tommy McGuigan is also included in the squad for the first time this season after recovering from a knee injury that kept him on the sidelines for the latter part of 2010.
Once again there are no under-21 players included in Tyrone’s squad as Raymond Munroe’s charges prepare for next Wednesday night’s Ulster final in Brewster Park, Enniskillen.