Aberdeen midfielders Craig Bryson and Funso Ojo are set to miss tomorrow night’s Europa League qualifier against the Faroe Islands’ NSI Runavik at Pittodrie.
Ojo is suspended for the one-legged first qualifying round clash after he was sent off against Rijeka in the Reds’ qualifying exit last season, while Bryson is out with a calf injury, having first felt the problem in the build-up to Sunday’s 2-1 home Premiership win over Livingston.
On his squad, boss Derek McInnes said: “Ojo is suspended and Bryson is out with a calf injury.
“(Mikey) Devlin, (Sam) Cosgrove and (Ryan) Edmondson are (out) long term.”
McInnes revealed centre-back Scott McKenna, who was sick at half-time against Livi, is fit to play, while attacker Niall McGinn could still feature, despite an ankle complaint.
The boss – who is leading his team into the Euro qualifiers for the seventh consecutive season – said: “Scott McKenna is okay as we thought he would be.
“Niall has a chance. He had a scan on Monday and thankfully, just as we thought, it was nothing sinister.
“Niall is not ruled in our out at the moment.”