Week 22’s abandoned fixture between Roma and Parma looks set to be arranged for the first or second week of April.
The Sunday afternoon clash at the Stadio Olimpico was called off after 13 minutes due to heavy rain water-logging the playing surface.
On from the Giallorossi’s director general indicating a difficulty in finding a new date to play the remaining 77 minutes, initial reports today suggest an early April rearrangement.
The Corriere dello Sport suggest that the match will resume from the minute it was called off on Sunday, either on April 2 or April 9.
The League are set to assemble and announce an official decision later today.
Meanwhile, because the game had kicked off, Radja Nainggolan will be available for selection once more for next weekend’s Rome derby with Lazio.
Had the Parma match not started, the Belgian would have had to have served his one-game suspension against the Aquile, but now he is free to appear in a first derby.
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