Toffees’ opponents facing punishment for rioting fans.
Everton’s away game against Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League last-16 could be played behind closed doors or at a neutral venue in Cyprus, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Ukranian giants are in trouble with UEFA after their fans seemingly attacked Guingamp supporters in their last game, causing the match to be held up for as long as 15 minutes.
This could see the game moved to Cyprus, or played behind closed doors, depending on which course of action UEFA takes in punishing the team.
Still, Everton manager Roberto Martinez is excited about the game, saying: “We will await the outcome of the inquiry before making any plans, but we are excited about the draw.”