Torino have been stopped from travelling to Lazio by the local health authorities, just like Napoli on the eve of the match against Juventus.
Il Giornale guarantees chaos, as the ASL has blocked the Granata from travelling to the capital and the match will not go ahead.
Lazio will reportedly be on the pitch tonight but can already start preparing for the big game against Juventus this weekend.
Torino’s match against Sassuolo last Friday has been pushed to March 17, but the Granata are still quarantined and stopped by the health authorities ahead of the match against Lazio, scheduled for tonight.
Torino are not in a position to ask for a postponement, as the protocol says the number of positives should be at least 10.
But since Nicola’s men were stopped by the ASL - just like Napoli on the eve of the match against Juventus in October last year - the story will not end there, and Il Giornale predicts chaos in the next few weeks.
Napoli were initially handed a defeat by default and were docked one point, but then appealed and the match has been rescheduled for later this spring.
The home isolation expires at midnight, but the Lega Serie A has not officially postponed the match.
Il Messaggero explains that Lazio are expected to be on the pitch at the Olimpico tonight, to play nobody.
Juve-Napoli eventually arrived at the CONI College of Guarantee, who already overturned the sentence.
If, on the other hand, the match will be postponed today, Tuttomercatoweb claims it could be recovered on April 7, if Lazio are eliminated from the Champions League.