On the team front, indications are that Donegal will be at full strength at Croke Park.
It will be tonight or tomorrow before the starting Donegal team will be released.
Neil McGee has once again been in fantastic form for Donegal this year despite his black card offensive in the semi final win over Dublin.
The Gweedore man's defensive skill has kept the likes of Bernard Brogan at bay in the championship but now Neil and his brother Eamon will have to contend with James O'Donoghue and Kieran Donaghy.
Neil who has played in every championship game under Jim Mc Guinness is looking to add to his medal collection which already includes an All Ireland and three Ulster titles.