After three weeks of chaos, confusion and inconsistency, the situation finally seems to have stabilised and a fixture list that we can consider with some degree of certainty has emerged.
First, a quick recap:
The revised fixture list is as follows:
This leaves a question mark over the game against Parma (originally scheduled for 22 March), but means that subsequent games, including those against Brescia (A) on 5 April and Inter (H) on 11 April, should proceed as originally scheduled. As things stand, these games would be open to the public (assuming the decree is not extended).
Turning to team matters, the squad has been training with some degree of normality at its Peschiera training ground, although some players have expressed frustration at the handling of the situation by the footballing authorities. Following the late cancellation of the Sampdoria match, Hellas Verona captain Miguel Veloso took to social media to declare the situation an 'embarrassment' and complained that the players were being treated like playthings.
Fabio Borini is likely to miss Sunday's match against Sampdoria through injury, while full-back Davide Faraoni is out for up to a month with an ankle injury. Influential midfielder Miguel Veloso will also miss Sunday's game due to his long-standing one-match suspension, while Pazzini is also a doubt. This could mean a rare start for Stepinski or Di Carmine, a comeback for Salcedo and even a first start for Claud Adjapong.