The Coppa Italia semi final second leg between Juventus and Milan is to go ahead as planned on Wednesday evening, although fan restrictions will be in place due to the coronavirus.
Five Serie A games were postponed at the weekend because of the outbreak, including the top of the table clash between Juventus and Inter at the Allianz Stadium.
Milan’s home fixture against Genoa was also rescheduled, while Inter’s Europa League match on Thursday was played behind closed doors.
5 Serie A games due to be played behind closed doors this weekend have been postponed due to Coronavirus
❌ Juventus v Inter
❌ Udinese v Florentina
❌ AC Milan v Genoa
❌ Parma v SPAL
❌ Sassuolo v Brescia
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It was also reported that Wednesday’s semi-final at the Allianz Stadium would go ahead behind closed doors.
However, Juventus have released a statement on their website confirming the game will be played as scheduled. However, fans who are resident in
The statement read: “
Many public services have been closed in Turin over the course of the week, including schools and cinemas, to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
According to Forbes, Juventus have put their Under-23 side in quarantine until 8 March after three players from
Meanwhile, both Milan and Inter have closed their offices, with staff working from home.
The winner will play either Napoli or Inter, who meet on Thursday night, with Gennaro Gattuso’s side leading 1-0 on aggregate.