With UEFA threatening the club with expulsion from Europe because of previous crowd problems, the club will enforce tough regulations for tonight’s first-leg against the Austrian champions. Any person over the age of 16 will need to produce their ID cards,whilst any person under the age of 16 will need to produce an ID card, if they do not have one, then a birth certificate or passport will need to be shown at the gates. Yesterday Dinamo Zagreb captain Joe Simunic made a passionate plea with fans at a press conference to stop the abusive chants in the stands. Simunic said that UEFA would be watching and that fans need to stop with the abuse. Dinamo Zagreb have been heavily fined by UEFA and have even had sections of their stands closed off, with the European football governing body saying the next step is expulsion is racial chants dont stop. Dinamo Zagreb are set to earn over 8 million EUR if they qualify for the group stages of this year’s Champions League. The match kicks off tonight at 8:45pm at Maksimir stadium with Englishman Howard Webb officiating.