A police spokesman said on Thursday that police are still considering whether to allow the Pegida march to go ahead.
Organizers have said that they expect around 250 people to march through the city centre, from Europaplatz near to the Westbahnhof, down Mariahilfer Strasse, ending at Museumsplatz.
The rally would be held under the title ‘Peaceful movement of the civil rights movement Pegida Vienna’. If it does go ahead there is likely to be a heavy police presence to prevent clashes with left-wing activists.
The left-wing group NOWKR has called on its members to try and prevent the march, should it go ahead, by setting up blockades at Europaplatz.
Pegida is a growing far-right populist movement, which stands for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West, and is based in Dresden.
Pegida has called on its members to wear black armbands in their weekly demonstrations in Dresden, after Wednesday’s deadly attack on journalists in Paris.
The leader of Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ), Heinz-Christian Strache, has said that the FPÖ supports Pegida, saying that “anti-fascist engagement is needed”.