Serie A follows UEFA’s rules: if a team has at least 13 players available to participate in the game (including 1 goalkeeper), the game can proceed normally, and the team that refuses to play will automatically be sentenced to a 0-3 loss.
Serie A also stipulates this season that if a team has at least 10 players who test positive within a week, they can apply for a game postponement. Each club has only one opportunity per season to apply for exemption without being sentenced to 0 -3 lost.
At present, a player Zelinski in the Naples team is diagnosed, so they do not have the qualification to apply for exemption. If they do not play the game on time, they will be fined 0-3 and lost.
A number of Serie A media said that the health department of the Campania Region, where Naples is located, has banned Naples from going to Turin for matches due to the principle of epidemic prevention and control.
Subsequently, the Italian media "Andusa" stated that the local health department in Naples issued a statement stating that they did not prohibit Naples from traveling to Turin. Serie A accused Naples of putting pressure on the local health bureau to try to avoid the game.
But what is certain is that Juventus will have been waiting for their opponents in the Allianz Arena.