Heavy rain and flooding in the Liguria region has placed Sunday's Genoa-Inter game into some doubt.
The two teams are set to meet in the lunchtime kick-off, but the tie could be called off because of the climatic conditions.
Reports suggest that rain will continue to fall intermittently over the port city for the next 60 hours.
One person has died and four are missing in the area due to the rainfall.
One report suggests that it will be "almost impossible" for the game to go ahead because of the problems around the Stadio Ferraris.
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