CALLUM DAVIDSON has revealed that Murray Davidson and Craig Conway will both miss St Johnstone's Scottish Premiership match against Hibs. 

The pair were forced off through injury during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Motherwell, but Davidson has told how their knocks are not as bad as first feared. 

He told Herald and Times Sport: “Murray is okay, he got out of hospital on Saturday night after being checked over. He had a sore head so he’ll go through the concussion protocols now with the doctor and the physio.  

“He’ll definitely miss the next two games and we’ll see after that, hopefully he recovers well and we’ll have him back soon.  

"Unless he has any setbacks he should be back for Celtic. It was a typical Murray challenge, when you watch it back it was a sore one.

“At first we thought it was his shoulder but when you see the video again it’s his head and neck that takes the brunt of it." 

He continued: "Craig has a broken nose, it’s a bad one and he’ll need to have it re-set once the swelling has gone down.  

“He went to hospital on Saturday but the swelling was so bad there was nothing they could do for him. So once that has settled down, he’s to go back in and they’ll fix it. We’ll just have to wait and see how long that takes.  

“It’s a blow to lose two important players like Murray and Craig because they have both been brilliant for me this season. We have a small squad but it’s a good one, so we have people like Liam Craig - who was unlucky to be left out - Michael O’Halloran and Guy Melamed ready to come in.”  

Saints travel to Easter Road to face Hibs tomorrow and they know that with victory they could find themselves in the top six.

Ahead of the trip to the capital, Davidson said: "Hibs are having a very good season and are scoring goals, so they are on a high at the moment. 

“They defend well and have a good balance in their team. 

“We played well against them at home earlier in the season and felt we should have had something from the game. 

“They got a penalty in the 93rd minute, which we felt was very harsh on us, so hopefully we can use that as motivation for this game and get something.”