ABERDEEN’S Gary Mackay-Steven and Mikey Devlin are both ruled out through injury for Tuesday’s Premiership clash with Livingston.
Boss Derek McInnes today confirmed winger Mackay-Steven is unavailable for the Pittodrie clash as he is still recovering from concussion.
Mackay-Steven was hospitalized having been knocked unconscious in an accidental clash of heads with Dedryck Boyata of Celtic in the 1-0 BetFred Cup final loss.
GMS was released from hospital on the night of the cup final but has missed the last two games against Rangers (1-0 win) and St Johnstone (2-0 loss).
Centre-back Devlin is also ruled out with a foot tendon injury sustained whilst on international duty with the Scotland squad last month.
Devlin has missed the last four games, including the BetFred Cup final.
McInnes said: “Gary and Mikey are both still out.
“There are no fresh injury issues from the game against St Johnstone at the weekend. ”
Striker Sam Cosgrove returns from suspension having missed the loss to St Johnstone.
Cosgrove served an automatic one game ban for being sent off in the 1-0 win at Rangers last Wednesday.