They notched more than 30 points in last weekend's defeat of Derry.
Michael Fennelly is hoping his side can raise a couple of green flags this weekend.
The Offaly boss was delighted with last weekend's points tally, but wants to see the faithful being clinical with their goal chances.
They've already met Christy Ring semi-final opponent's Down once this season in the Keogh Cup, notching a three point win.
One or two changes are expected to the matchday panel.
Offaly will go into this game as favourites but Fennelly says his team aren't buying into that:
Throw-in in Newry is ay 1:30 on Saturday.
Hurling Team To Play Down In Christy Ring Cup Semi-Final
Offaly: Stephen Corcoran (Coolderry); Ciaran Burke (Durrow), Ben Conneely (St Rynagh's), Paddy Delaney (Kinnitty); Damien Egan (Belmont), Cillian Kiely (Kilcormac-Killoughey), David King (Coolderry); Eoghan Cahill (Birr), David Nally (Belmont); Shane Kinsella (Kinnitty), Jason Sampson (Shinrone), Peter Geraghty (Kilcormac-Killoughey); Colm Gath (Drumcullen), Oisin Kelly (Belmont), Liam Langton (Clodiagh Gaels).
Subs: James Dempsey (Kinnitty), Dan Doughan (Shinrone), Aidan Treacy (St Rynagh's), Sean Cleary (Shinrone), Thomas Geraghty (Kilcormac-Killoughey), Adrian Hynes (Seir Kieran), Brian Duignan (Durrow), Brendan Murphy (Birr), Kevin Dunne (Seir Kieran), Conor Langton (Clodiagh Gaels), Joey Keenaghan (Clodiagh Gaels).
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