Callum Davidson has provided an update on St Johnstone men Craig Bryson and Jason Kerr following Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Hibs.

The Saints were twice ahead in Leith through Ali McCann and David Wotherspoon but a Paul McGinn double ensured a point for the hosts.

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St Johnstone drew with Hibs (Photo by Ross Parker/SNS Group via Getty Images)

Bryson and Kerr were both missing for this clash through injury. Davidson has said that his skipper could now miss Saturday’s League Cup tie with Motherwell while Bryson was a ‘precaution.’

“Jason’s hurt his back,” said Davidson. “He’s managed to play through it but it’s just got too sore for him. He’ll be touch and go for Saturday.

“Craig Bryson had a tight calf so he missed out as a precaution more than anything else.”

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Bryson had a tight calf. (Getty Images)

On the midweek draw, Davidson added: “It’s a bit of mixed emotions. I thought both teams had spells where they controlled it. Defensively both could be better.

“To go 2-1 up and not hold on is disappointing. The players put in a tremendous shift. We lost four key players on Saturday and the guys who stepped in did really well.

“After our second goal, we looked comfortable and it’s taken a couple of deflections which is a bit unlucky.

St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson

St Johnstone boss Davidson. (Photo by Ross Parker/SNS Group via Getty Images)

“We had chances, so did Hibs. So it’s one of those games where emotions will be mixed.”

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