Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes faces a sweat over the fitness of wingers Niall McGinn and Gary Mackay-Steven for the Premiership clash at in form Kilmarnock.
On loan Manchester City midfielder Chidi Nwakali is ruled out for the trip to Rugby Park having sustained an ankle injury in the 3-0 Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Motherwell at the weekend.
Defender Andy Considine is suspended.
Both McGinn and Mackay-Steven were touch and go for the semi-final and were only given the go ahead to be part of the squad at Hampden on the eve of the match.
The wingers were both introduced off the bench but McInnes confirmed they are doubtful for tomorrow’s trip to Kilmarnock for the first post split fixture.
McInnes said: “McGinn and Mackay-Steven are still causing a bit of concern.
“We are hopeful one of them will travel.
“Nwakali is out injured while Considine misses the game through suspension.”
Aberdeen will welcome back skipper Graeme Shinnie, Scotland international Kenny McLean and right back Shaleum Logan.
All three missed the semi-final defeat through suspension.
McInnes said: “It is a huge boost to have those three players back.”