Celtic skipper Scott Brown will face no action following an incident with St Johnstone winger Michael O'Halloran at the weekend.

The former Rangers man was involved in a coming together with the Hoops captain and he was unable to continue as Saints left Parkhead with a well earned point.

Callum Davidson later revealed that O'Halloran was left with stud marks down the side of his hip.

But it is understood that the SFA are satisfied that the incident was accidental after reviewing the footage following Sunday's game. 

On the extent of O'Halloran's injury, Saints manager Davidson told Saints TV: "Michael got studs down the side of his hip.

"His hip seized up and he has massive big stud marks and there's a bit of swelling there.

"We will need to have a look at that this week."

He added: "It’s a really tough place to come and we were missing two or three key players. But to get a point is a little bit bitter-sweet.

“We go 1-0 up and Zander makes a couple of great saves to keep us in the game. To take a point at Parkhead, I am delighted for the players.”