Marseille fans clash with police before the match against Atletico on 1 October
Atletico Madrid's two-match home stadium ban for European games has been reduced to one match played behind closed doors following an appeal.
The Spanish side were punished by Uefa after crowd problems marred their Champions League match with Marseille in Madrid on 1 October.
They were originally ordered to play their next two European fixtures at least 300km outside Madrid.
Atletico will now play PSV Eindhoven on 26 November without any spectators.
A Uefa statement read: "After careful consideration of all the evidence presented, and after hearing from the parties and several witnesses, the appeals body has reduced the initial three-match stadium closure with one match deferred to a two-match behind closed doors sentence, with one match deferred for two years."
An initial fine of 150,000 euros stands, as does the ban on Atletico coach Javier Aguirre, which means he is banned from "carrying out his function" for the games at Liverpool on Tuesday and the visit of PSV three weeks later.
The club have denied charges of racism and will take their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
"Atletico will fight for their innocence until the very end," director Clemente Villaverde told the club's website.
"There has been a reduction (in the punishment) but we don't agree with the manner in which the process has been conducted.
"We will fight on to the next stage, CAS. They haven't given us the detailed legal basis for their decision yet.
"But there seems to be a change of emphasis with the committee now giving more importance to the racist chants."
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