A disciplinary hearing into the on-pitch violence and alleged racist chanting that marred the Under-21 match between Serbia and England has been postponed until next month, UEFA has confirmed.
Tottenham Hotspur's Steven Caulker and Leeds United's Tom Lees have been named in reports as the two England Under-21 players facing charges from Serbian police.
Serbian police have filed charges against members of the Serbia and England Under-21 teams in connection with the fight that took place at the end of the recent play-off match in Krusevac.
Serbia coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has said he is fearful that the senior national team could face heavy punishment in light of the recent racial abuse allegations during the Under-21 play-off against England.
UEFA has charged both the Football Association and the Serbian FA following the unpleasant scenes that occurred during and after the Under-21 match between the nations on Tuesday.
Serbia Under-21 manager Aleksandar Jankovic has refused to apologise for the violent scenes which marred the end of their 1-0 defeat to England Under-21s on Tuesday, claiming both nations were at fault.
The Serbian FA has denied that there was any racism towards the England Under-21 team on Tuesday and accused Danny Rose of behaving in an "inappropriate, unsportsmanlike and vulgar manner" towards their fans.
The Football Association has confirmed it has reported "a number of incidents of racism" to UEFA after England Under-21s' Euro 2013 qualifier against Serbia Under-21s was marred by ugly scenes.
England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce has said Serbia will be reported to UEFA after his players were racially abused at the end of their Euro 2013 play-off win in Krusevac.
England Under-21s claimed their place at Euro 2013 after claiming a 1-0 victory in their qualifying play-off in Serbia, but the match was overshadowed by ugly scenes.