Juventus head coach Antonio Conte will find out on Tuesday whether his appeal against a 10-month suspension has been successful.
Conte appeared at a Rome court on Monday to appeal a ban for alleged involvement in match-fixing while he was managing Siena.
The Italian has been charged for failing to report two instances of attempted match fixing during Siena’s 2010/11 Serie B campaign.
Conte’s original plea bargain of a three-month suspension and a 200,000 euro fine was dismissed by the Italian Football Federation at the beginning of the month.
His legal team are now seeking a full acquittal as they bid to clear the 43-year-old’s name.
It has left a sour taste at Conte’s current club Juventus, following a memorable season in which he led them to a 28th Scudetto title without losing a league game.