Juventus and Lazio are fighting for the title and the race for Europe is on - here is the state of play in Serie A.
Serie A is set to return on June 20. Here is the full rundown of the fixtures still to be played in Italy's top flight.
Just two days before Serie A clubs can resume team training, Parma have quarantined two players who tested positive for COVID-19.
Matteo Darmian is backing Marcus Rashford to keep on improving, believing the forward can match Kylian Mbappe.
A number of Italian football clubs could be back in training next week, although players will initially have to work individually.
Janne Andersson heaped praise on Dejan Kulusevski, who was signed by Juventus for an initial €35million.
With football largely on hiatus, we look at those who need to work on improving their numbers. In this case, it's those struggling to pass.
It appeared Parma's match with SPAL would be postponed, along with the rest of Serie A, only to go ahead after a delay of over an hour.
Serie A matches that were cancelled last weekend, including Juventus against Inter, have been rearranged for March 8 and 9.
Initially set to be played behind closed doors, Juventus versus Inter is among five Serie A fixtures to have been postponed.