There’s a possibility that PSG will have to face Liverpool at the Parc des Princes without their supporters in the ground.
This is according to L’Equipe, translated by the Echo, who state UEFA are considering severe disciplinary action on the French champions for the upcoming Champions League fixture.
Not only did they kick off their game against Red Star Belgrade late; in itself, not a massive problem – but there were nasty incidents outside the ground involving around 250 PSG fans fighting with police.
UEFA’s Disciplinary Committee will meet later this month to decide what punishments to give PSG.
Liverpool face them on Wednesday 28th November following the international break, in a crunch fixture that will help define our chances of qualifying from the group.
In all likelihood, a big fine will be imposed and that’ll be that – so Liverpool fans planning on making the trip to Paris shouldn’t be too worried just yet.
Regardless of the result in France, a victory by at least two goals v Napoli in the final qualification match will see us through, but a win over PSG will mean we’re definitely in the knockout stages…