Falkirk v Aberdeen preview
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is waiting on the fitness of Barry Robson and Niall McGinn before naming his side to face Falkirk in the Scottish League Cup on Wednesday.
Veteran Robson has only played one match all season while McGinn's most recent club game was more than three weeks ago.
Speaking ahead of the trip to Westfield, McInnes told the club's website: "There are no new injuries from the weekend.
"We have not ruled Barry or Niall out. They are desperate to be involved and we will give them every opportunity to be involved.
"But we have to be mindful that we do not want to risk them and then lose them for further games."
However, Russell Anderson, Chris Clark and Willo Flood are all definitely absent.
McInnes said his Dons' squad were training at Forfar ahead of the Wednesday cup tie as "they have exactly the same artificial surface as Falkirk."
The hosts, meanwhile, take on the Premiership club without midfielder Ollie Durojaiy who has a broken bone in his foot.