UK Police have listed six Premier League Matches that have concerns and should be played at neutral venues, MySportDab reports.
Three Liverpool games will likely be moved to a neutral venue, including their likely title-winning game against Everton.
There are concerns about two Newcastle matches.
THE SIX MATCHES POLICE FEAR FOR CROWD TROUBLES
Manchester City Vs Newcastle
Everton Vs Liverpool
Manchester City v Liverpool
Manchester United v Sheffield United
Newcastle v Liverpool
Liverpool’s title winning game
Other matches that could be moved are:
Liverpool Vs Crystal Palace, Tottenham Vs West Ham; West Ham v Chelsea, Tottenham Vs Arsenal, Liverpool v Aston Villa; Liverpool Vs Chelsea Crystal Palace Vs Chelsea; Liverpool Vs Burnley; Crystal Palace Vs Tottenham
At Thursday’s Premier League meeting 12 matches were listed as potentially being moved to neutral stadiums which included some London derbies.
The six games with fan concerns have been listed after individuals were asked which games could pose threats.
There are no relegation threatened clubs games in the list which helps avoid issues with some clubs unwilling to play at Neutral venues.
MySportDab understands The Premier League is yet to decide where the neutral matches will be played.
Taks about that will now take place between the Premier League and high ranking police officers, who praised the league for their cooperation and contribution to security measures.