PSG will not play this weekend after their meeting with Montpellier was called off at the request of police due to the violent unrest engulfing Paris.
Saturday's Ligue 1 clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Montpellier at the Parc des Princes has been postponed amid ongoing protests in the French capital.
The suspension comes following a request from police.
The unrest began as a response to rising fuel tax and has prompted ugly scenes on the streets, with police using tear gas, stun grenades and water cannon on the Champs-Elysees as the protests by the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vests) escalating in the capital and across other major cities throughout France.
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) December 4, 2018
Paris Saint-Germain vs. @MontpellierHSC, initially due to take place this Saturday, December 8 at 16:00pm CET, has been postponed at the request of the Police.
A new date will be set in due course. More information to follow at https://t.co/E6vTM9jbI5#PSGMHSC pic.twitter.com/M6mHqdgNcl
Three people have been killed since the demonstrations started last month, though the country is yet to declare a state of emergency.
PSG saw their run of 14 consecutive victories brought to an end in a 2-2 draw at Bordeaux on Saturday, but they remain 14 points clear of Montpellier at the summit.
Thomas Tuchel's men visit Strasbourg on Wednesday, while Montpellier host Lille on Tuesday.