VERONA – Verona -Cagliari, Serie A match that has been postponed for Coronavirus, could be recovered already tomorrow, February 24th. The race could be held behind closed doors. The Sardinians remained in Verona because the two companies are working on this solution.
Verona-Cagliari: before many games behind closed doors?
Also because it looks like the immediate future of Italian football. No other games can be postponed because the calendars are clogged between league and cup engagements. So the next games of the teams of the regions affected by the Coronavirus should be played behind closed doors. The same should also happen for Europa League Inter-Ludogorets.
The match is scheduled for next Thursday and obviously cannot be played in a San Siro open to the public. So the Nerazzurri's Europa League match will either be played behind closed doors (most likely hypothesis) or will be played in a neutral field.
Coronavirus: after Ascoli-Cremonese, these Serie C games have also been postponed
Ascoli-Cremonese had already jumped in Serie B yesterday (despite the social protests of the president of the Marche team), while in Serie C five matches have been postponed: in addition to those in the areas of the provision – Giana-Como, Lecco Pro Patria, Arzignano Valchiampo -Padova and Feralpisalò-Carpi – also Piacenza-Sambenedettese.
Serie C continued and announced in a statement that it had ordered "the postponement of 5 matches of the midweek round in Lombardy and Veneto scheduled for Wednesday 26, with the aim of making the activity less burdensome for local institutions and authorities organizational in an extremely delicate period and to allow companies to correctly manage the next championship round ".
These are: Albinoleffe-Monza, Como-Alessandria, Pergolettese-Carrarese, Pro Patria-Olbia and LR Vicenza-Piacenza (source La Gazzetta dello Sport).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano