Date: Sunday, 12 August
Smith has started a number of championship games this summer
Venue: Croke Park
Throw-in: 1400 BST
Live: BBC Radio Ulster MW and on the BBC NI website
Monaghan sub Shane Smith hopes to play some part in Sunday's game against Kerry at Croke Park despite being hospitalised with pneumonia this week.
County PRO Sean McKenna told BBC Sport that the player had been released from hospital on Tuesday evening.
"He is hopeful that he will have fully recovered by the weekend and that will be available to play a part in the game," said McKenna.
The forward has started a number of games during the Championship.
Monaghan have named an unchanged team for the Croke Park clash (1400 BST) although there are positional switches.
The rejigged line-up means moves for Dermot McArdle, Colm Flanagan, Vincent Corey, Rory Woods and Paul Finlay.
Corey switches from full-forward to full-back and there is a possibility he could be asked to mark Kieran Donaghy.
Kerry boss Pat O'Shea makes one change for the All-Ireland quarter-final with Seamus Scanlon replacing Michael Quirke at midfield.
The Kingdom have also made one positional switch with corner-back Marc O Se swapping flanks with Padraig Reidy.
Conor McManus and Colm Flanagan retain their places in the Monaghan line-up after being late replacements for the win over Donegal.
Dermot McArdle moves from left corner-back to right half-back while Colm Flanagan switches from full-back to left corner-back.
Rory Woods and Paul Finlay switch positions from the full-forward line and centre half-back.
Monaghan manager Seamus McEnaney told BBC Sport that he is sticking with his "horses for courses" policy for Sunday's match.
"We play players in certain places defending on the opposition," added the Monaghan manager.
McEnaney says that Sunday's match is "the biggest championship match" in Monaghan football history.
"All my players have never played is as big a match as that. We feel this is a bigger match even than the Ulster final."
The Monaghan boss has the height of respect for this Kerry team but he believes that his players will do themselves justice.
"I am very confident I will get a top-class performance from this Monaghan team. On the day, hopefully that top-class performance will be good enough to beat Kerry."
A limited number of tickets for Sunday's Croke Park double-header remain available.
They will be on sale at Ticketmaster outlets and the Croke Park ticket office at 526 North Circular Road on Thursday and Friday from 1100 BST to 1900 while stocks last.
The Guinness All-Ireland Hurling semi-final between Limerick and Waterford also takes place on Sunday.
Monaghan: S Duffy, D Mone, V Corey, C Flanagan, D McArdle, G McQuaid, J P Mone, D Clerkin, E Lennon, S Gollogly, P Finlay, D Freeman (c), C McManus, R Woods, T Freeman.
Kerry: D Murphy; M O Se, T O'Sullivan, P Reidy, T O Se, A O'Mahoney, K Young, D O Se, S Scanlon, D O'Sullivan, E Brosnan, P Galvin, C Cooper, K Donaghy, MF Russell.