Football in Italy is set to resume after suspension due to coronavirus pandemic as Juventus face AC Milan in an epic Coppa Italia semifinal.
Cristiano Ronaldo's controversial late penalty for Juve meant the first leg ended 1-1 on 13 February.
The final of the competition is set for 17 June, three days before the resumption of Serie A.
Meanwhile, Napoli lead Inter Milan 1-0 in the other semi-final, which will be played to a conclusion on Saturday.
All games will be played behind closed doors, although the head of Italy's football federation (FIGC) Gabriele Gravina has said he hopes that some fans can be allowed back into stadiums to watch matches before the end of the current season.
The semi-finals second leg between the two sides was originally scheduled for 4 March but was postponed by the Turin city government at 24 hours' notice.
On 20 May the FIGC set a 20 August deadline for finishing the 2019-20 season, with the current plan being to play the final round of Serie A games on 2 August.
Players returned to individual training earlier this month before group sessions restarted this week.
The current schedule dictates that Serie A teams will play twice a week with matches almost every day when the season resumes.
There are just 10 days between 20 June and the season ending on 2 August that will not feature a game.