The fate of the Juventus-Napoli match, which is planned to be played tomorrow in the 3rd week of the Italian First Football League (Serie A), is uncertain due to the travel ban on the guest team.
According to the news of the Italian news agency ANSA, the competition that should be played tomorrow in the league may not be played due to the travel ban brought by the local health officials to the blue-and-white team after 3 new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) cases in the team. In the news, it was stated that the Serie A management also evaluated the postponement of the match.
“Juventus will be on the court tomorrow night, as predicted in the Serie A calendar,” the Juventus Club shared on its Twitter account in the evening. found in the description.
The Naples Club announced yesterday that the Kovid-19 test of Piotr Zielinski and a technical delegation member, and today the Macedonian player Eljif Elmas, was positive.
While defeating Genoa 6-0 in the Napoli field last week, the Kovid-19 test of 17 players, 12 of them in Genoa, was positive in the tests performed after this match, and this week’s Genoa-Turin match was postponed at the request of the host team.
After the Kovid-19 cases in Genoa, eyes were turned to Naples, while all players were reported to be negative in the first round of swab tests.
In line with the rules set for this season in Serie A, teams have the right to postpone the match only once. If the teams using this right face the same situation, they will be on the field with 11 people or will be defeated 3-0 by default.