Wexford's Ciarán Lyng is set to start. INPHO/Cathal Noonan
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Meath and Wexford name starting line-ups for weekend

Ciarán Lyng is set to start on Sunday, despite doubts over his fitness.

WEXFORD AND MEATH have named their starting line-ups for their respective games against Longford and Carlow this weekend.

Wexford have made one change ahead of their Leinster Championship replay, with Paddy Byrne taking the place of Conor Carty at wing forward.

David Murphy remains absent through illness, while Ciarán Lyng has made the side despite doubts over his fitness.

Meanwhile, there are two changes to the Meath team set to face Carlow.

Stephen Bray comes in at centre forward for Mark Collins, and Donal Keoghan takes the place of Séamus Kenny, who has been ruled out through injury.

Wexford (SF v Longford): A Masterson; N Murphy, G Molloy, R Tierney; A Flynn, B Malone, L Chin; D Waters, R Quinlivan; P Byrne, S Roche, B Brosnan; C Lyng, E Bradley, R Barry.

Meath (SFC v Carlow): D Gallagher, D Keoghan, K Reilly, B Menton, D Tobin, S McAnarney, M Burke, C Gillespie, B Meade, A Forde, S Bray, G Reilly, B Farrell, J Sheridan, C Ward.

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