Serie A has released an official fixture schedule for the remainder of the season with Torino vs Parma being the first game to be when the league resumes on June 20.
In the fixture, each team in the league will play two games a week for the rest of the season with matches happening almost every day from the restart until the final day of the season on August 2.
There are 12 rounds of fixtures remaining with those four matches which were postponed from previous rounds kicking off the schedule; Verona vs Cagliari being played on the same day as that involving Torino.
The following day sees third-placed Inter Milan host Sampdoria while Atalanta entertains Sassuolo. The first full match day will be on June 22 and it will involve three games including the tie between leaders Juventus and Bologna.
Second-placed Lazio, who are one point behind Juve, will play their first game two days later away to Atalanta. Juventus will host title rivals Lazio on July 20.
The fixtures come a day after the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) issued a 40-page document on Monday outlining strict new rules for the resumption of Serie A.
Among the rules ahead of resumptions includes teams going on and off the pitch at different times with the number of people in stadiums limited to 300, including players, staff and journalists.
We have some Serie A fixtures, ladies & gentlemen... pic.twitter.com/pXFxnx5iKV— Chloe Beresford (@ChloeJBeresford) June 1, 2020