Napoli’s Serie A clash with Salernitana this weekend has been rescheduled by one day due to public security concerns, it has been confirmed.
The Partenopei had been set to play on Saturday, but will now take to the pitch at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona on Sunday instead.
The move comes with Luciano Spalletti’s side poised to win the Scudetto if Lazio fail to beat Inter at San Siro during an earlier kick-off the same day.
Serie A’s decision to postpone the fixture, however, has forced a further reshuffle for Napoli’s fixture list, with their game against Udinese affected.
Originally due to take place on Tuesday, the game will now be played two days later on Thursday, in what could be their first game as champions.
It also means Udinese have suffered a further postponement of their own, with their clash against Sampdoria delayed by a day from a week on Sunday to the Monday afterwards.
Variazione anticipi e posticipi Serie A Tim.
#NapoliSalernitana domenica 30 aprile alle ore 15:00.
#UdineseNapoli giovedì 4 maggio alle ore 20:45. pic.twitter.com/IFRQyh4QkT
— Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) April 28, 2023
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