The first leg of the Juventus-Milan derby at San Siro was delayed because of the Zika virus outbreak, according to Juventus coach Cesare Prandelli.
“We need to take it in a more calm and calm place,” Prandell said after his side’s 3-2 win over Milan.
But he added that the game would start on Saturday, as planned, and that it would be decided by the referees.
Juventus will start in their usual place, on the left wing, against Milan, who are already without captain Mauro Icardi.
The Bianconeri, meanwhile, are still without captain Paulo Dybala, who has not been able to train with the rest of the squad because of a hamstring injury.
Dybala was not available for training this morning and the club announced that the Italy international would miss Saturday’s match against Lazio.
Meanwhile, Dybla is yet to be ruled out for Saturday’s second leg, and his return could not be guaranteed for at least another week.
However, he could be fit to face the Rossoneri, although it is likely that Dybma will be replaced by Daniele De Rossi, who scored the decisive goal in their 4-3 win at Napoli last week.