MONAGHAN MANAGER Trevor Hilliard says that even with the postponement last weekend, "nothing has changed and nobody had any control over what happened last weekend with all the games being called off, so we just have to refocus now and get set for this Sunday."
"The postponement and the weather meant that we didn't get any work done but then there were not too many anywhere in the country that got much work done. We did get together for a while on Sunday and everybody was in good form and we will be getting together again on Tuesday night and start getting down to business again.
"Thankfully we have no injury worries but we will be without the services of Conor Flynn on Sunday as he is just unavailable, but other than that, everyone is fit and
well. We have to keep in mind that Louth are coming looking for a win and it would be the 1st win over us in 6 or 7 years because, if they get a win on Sunday and the results in the other games go a certain way they can still qualify for the final."
"People might say that we should use this game now to give young lads a run out and try out a few things, but our sole aim on Sunday though is to get back to winning ways, so we will be going out on the front foot and give it our best shot and see where that takes us."