Steven Naismith could have Yutaro Oda and Scott Fraser available for Heart of Midlothian's Scottish Premiership clash with Ross County on Saturday.

Fraser was absent for the win over Greenock Morton in the Scottish Cup on Monday, while Oda has missed the four matches with a calf issue.

Barrie McKay, Frankie Kent, Calem Nieuwenhof, Craig Halkett, Liam Boyce and Peter Haring are still unavailable.

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“Yutaro Oda and Scott Fraser are potentials for the weekend, but we’ll see how tomorrow goes," Naismith told HeartsTV. "Other than that, there’s not much change.

“We’re hoping that Barrie McKay will be back after the international break, along with a few others just after that. Nieuwenhof is still out. Frankie Kent is another who is potential for just after the international break.”

Meanwhile, Hearts have secured an initial allocation of 21,000 tickets for the Scottish Cup semi-final with Rangers.

The club put forward their case on Wednesday and revealed they "had to make an extremely strong case for our argument, given the size of our opponents’ fanbase and historic semi-final ticket sales."