At least three more games that were originally scheduled for this week have been postponed amid fears of violent protests
The rising living costs in France have been met with protests in the capital.
And this is why, three more games will be postponed this week, as violence and chaos could affect the French Ligue 1.
According to the BBC, the match between AS Monaco and Nice set to be played tomorrow night will have to wait to be re-scheduled.
On Saturday three matches will not be played: Paris St-Germain vs Montpellier, Angers vs Bordeaux, and Toulouse vs Lyon.
Meanwhile, Saint-Etienne and Marseille will not face off on Sunday as originally scheduled.