The Dundee United star has until Wednesday afternoon to appeal the ban, confirmed by the SFA on Tuesday, while Brown is free to play in the Scottish League Cup final.
Ciftci was the subject of another two-match ban hearing at the end of February after an incident against Inverness Caledonian Thistle where he was accused of striking Caley defender Gary Warren with his arm.
The appeal was overturned and he was allowed to face Celtic in the quarter-final clash.
The Turkish striker was already set to miss the Scottish League Cup final on Sunday after picking up two bookings in the competition but Scotland international Brown has escaped any ban for the tackle that sparked the incident.
Both clubs will be hopeful of a successful result, especially in the case of Paton who was sent-off in a case of mistaken identity.
Sunday’s Scottish League Cup Final will be the second of four meetings between the clubs in both domestic cups and the Scottish Premiership.