The Italian club are set to be punished for trouble with their fans.
Arsenal come back to domestic football after the international break with two tough matches, Southampton in the Premier League and then a Champions League tie with Napoli four days later.
However, this second encounter in Italy could be played behind closed doors as UEFA investigate the club following crowd trouble a fortnight ago, reports the Guardian.
The match with Marseille a little over two weeks ago was marred by violence outside the ground, as supporters were arrested after riot police were forced to intervene and 10 people were injured.
There were also flares let off inside the stands during the tie and Napoli fear they are going to be made an example of.
It will be the Gunners’ fifth European group tie this season, with three victories and one defeat putting the north London club joint top of the table with both the Italians and Borussia Dortmund.
When these two sides met at the Emirates Stadium earlier in the competition it ended in a 2-0 win for the home team, with goals from Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud.
However, the group is still extremely tight and the result from this match could determine which of the sides are to progress to the last-16.
Arsene Wenger’s men have been in good form all round this season, as they also top the English top tier with 25 points from 11 games and stars such as Ozil, Giroud and Aaron Ramsey are all in great form.
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