Donegal game going ahead – McGuinness expecting ‘toughest test’

Despite wide spread speculation  Donegal's  Ulster SFC semi-final meeting with Tyrone goes ahead this Saturday.

There has been heavy rainfall, but the game is still on and no pitch inspection is planned.

Donegal face the O'Neill County in a highly-anticipated clash at Clones  with the winners going on to meet Down in the provincial decider.

With a clean bill of health in the squad, McGuinness' only real selection dilema was surrounding the returning Rory Kavanagh who missed the win over Derry because of injury.

With the St. Eunan’s man named on the bench, the midfield partnership will once again be Ryan Bradley and Neil Gallagher.

Looking ahead to the game, The Donegal boss is expecting their toughest test to date.
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Donegal: P Durcan; P McGrath, N McGee, F McGlynn; E McGee, K Lacey, A Thompson; R Bradley, N Gallagher; D Walsh, L McLoone, M McHugh; P McBrearty, M Murphy, C McFadden.