The Italian League has agreed on a plan by which the league can not be identified if the league stops again, after resuming it as planned on June 20.

The decision of the twenty clubs, active in the first division, will be discussed during a meeting to be held on Monday with the Italian Federation, which has provided an algorithmic solution to determine the winner of the title and the rappers if the competition cannot be completed.

The Italian Federation method adds the full current average points to the points multiplied by the remaining matches. Average points - the total number of points divided by the games that have been played - are balanced in relation to matches played on and off the team.

The clubs want the league title to be awarded only if it is mathematically settled at the time the competition cannot be completed, a rule that also applies to the three clubs that fall.

Juventus are currently in the lead, by points, against Lazio, with 12 rounds remaining.

With the Corona virus epidemic receding from the country, the government allowed the resumption of the Italian Cup competition next Friday, and the league, which stopped at the beginning of last March, a week later with the remaining 12 rounds being held without an audience.

Safety measures mean that regular checks are performed and the team as a whole is subjected to a 14-day quarantine if it comes as a result of a positive player or worker examination of the team, which could threaten to complete the season.

Meanwhile, the Italian Confederation decided to use the rule of making five substitutions in the match instead of three.

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