Juventus to face league title rivals, Inter Milan behind closed doors as the Coronavirus spread increases in Italy.
The Coronavirus crisis in Italy has truly influenced the course of Serie A this end of the week, with numerous matches deferred uncertainly.
Furthermore, as per the expressions of Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, this probably won’t be the finish of deferments, with the following Serie A round additionally in danger.
“I don’t think that in a single week we will be able to slow down the infection enough to allow us to resume sporting events.
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“We will constantly monitor the situation, thanks to the work of experts and then evaluate. We will suffer a little but at the moment I can’t say if we will continue with the same measures this week,” he told La 7 (via goal.com).
Be that as it may, there could be an alternate arrangement. As revealed by Gazzetta dello Sport at the beginning of today (by means of goal.com), the Government and the Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora are chipping away at a Decree which ought to be made authority today and which accommodates the likelihood for games to proceed in the influenced locales however just in secret.
In the event that would be the situation and the announcement would keep going for six or seven days, Juventus-Inter Milan will be one of the matches influenced and would be played in an Allianz Stadium without fans, in an environment not in any manner fit to the appeal of this memorable standoff.
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