Paris - Paris Saint-Germain fans traveling without tickets issued by the club have been banned from attending this weekend's league game at Montpellier because of the risk of violence between hooligans.
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Montpellier and PSG fans have a long history of violence. In 2009, a PSG supporter lost an eye after being hit by a beer can during fights outside La Mosson Stadium.
PSG says the top government official in Montpellier has issued a stadium ban for ticketless PSG supporters ahead of Saturday's match. PSG fans also won't be allowed to gather near the stadium.
With two matches left to play in the French league, PSG can claim a third straight title if it manages a draw on Saturday.