Scotland will discover on 21 May if their Euro 2016 qualifier in Georgia will be played behind closed doors.
Uefa meet next month to decide if the Georgian Football Federation (GFF) will face sanctions following crowd disturbances at the weekend.
Play was halted twice during the 2-0 defeat by Germany in Tbilisi on Sunday when supporters invaded the pitch.
Cases against two other Group D sides - Poland and the Republic of Ireland - will also be heard at the meeting.
The Football Association of Ireland will answer charges of improper conduct after Martin O'Neill's side received five yellow cards in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Poland.
And the Polish Football Federation have been cited after visiting supporters were found guilty of "setting off of fireworks/throwing of objects" at the Aviva Stadium.
Georgia's next home match is against Gordon Strachan's Scotland in September.
The sides have met already in Group D, when a deflected Shaun Maloney shot gave Scotland a 1-0 win at Ibrox in October.
Scotland kept their qualifying hopes alive with a 6-1 win over Gibraltar on Sunday, and are currently third on 10 points alongside world champions Germany.
Strachan's men face Republic of Ireland in Dublin in June before the trip to Georgia.