Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald has concerns over the fitness of right-backs Stephen O’Donnell and Jordan McMillan ahead of The Jags’ trip to Hibs on Saturday.
The two missed last Sunday’s Scottish Cup game in which Thistle lost out 1-0 at home to Aberdeen.
Thistle head to Easter Road on Saturday and Archibald is determined to try and halt their run of poor results.
He said: “Stephen’s suspension was up and he was available for the Aberdeen game, but he wasn’t fit as he has a hip problem.
“He went to see a specialist on Monday, so we will have to wait and see how he gets on in training over the next couple of days and make a decision then.”
McMillan did not train on Monday and missed most of last week after suffering a back spasm.
If the players are judged not fit for Saturday’s game, Archibald has the option of playing midfielder Isaac Osbourne, who could drop back to play on the right side of the Jags’ rearguard.
Archibald said: “The great thing about Ozzy is he is one of those guys that gives you his all in every game.”