Eamon Doherty believes Donegal are in good stead going into their crunch Super 8s clash with Mayo.
Doherty impressed during Sunday’s Phase II clash with Kerry at Croke Park, where the Ulster champions battled to a draw despite being without key defenders Neil McGee, Eoghan Ban Gallagher and Paddy McGrath.
“Both teams need to win it and it will be an interesting encounter,” the St Eunan’s clubman told The Irish News. “But we are in a good place and we will get the bodies right and see how we are then in Castlebar.
“If you look at it from last week, there were three or four changes, so it just shows the strength in depth we have and the desire that is there to wear the green and gold.
“The training is very competitive and all 30 know the jobs they have to do. We have no doubt that whatever 15 is picked can do the job for Donegal on any given day.”Tweet