Published Sunday, 10 June 2012
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Tyrone looked assured in their National Football League campaign, but injuries have begun to take their toll.
Four times All-Star winner Sean Cavanagh is out of action for the rest of the season due to a shoulder injury.
Also on the worrying injury list is Kyle Coney, Ronan O'Neill and Tommy McGuigan.
Added to this is the recent retirement of a number of key players including veterans Brian Dooher, Kevin Hughes and Ciaran Gourley.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte told UTV Sport that he knows it will be a tough game.
"I think after the retirements that we've had, it's been good to recover from that. A lot of serious players left at the one time and over the last few years, a few others have joined them."
Despite this he said "a real transformation has taken place within the team."
Harte continued: "The new and younger players that have come in have seen this as an opportunity not only just to be in the panel but to get a place on the team and that's encouraged them to deliver better performances.
He said the changes within the squad have "brought new energy out of the experienced players as well."
Armagh manager Paddy O'Rourke says despite the shake-up Tyrone will be a hard nut to crack.
"I think it'll be an extremely difficult game, you know Tyrone has had a very, very good winter."
O'Rourke said he thought the Red Hands shock defeat to Kildare in the Division Two final last month will give them "an edge" going into the Championship.
Throw-in is 4pm at the Athletics Ground, Armagh.