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Serie A bosses have confirmed the schedule for the completion of the 2019-20 season, meaning fans of Italian football will be able to watch the likes of Juventus, Inter and AC Milan live again in June.
Matches will be played in front of a maximum of 300 people in stadiums due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions, but fans will be able to tune in to the action on TV or by streaming live online.
So, the good news is that Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku and Italian football's finest will finally be back on the pitch and on our screens again.
Lazio will be hoping to push Juventus rightto the wire as they attempt to prevent the Bianconeri from clinching their ninth successive title, whileZlatan Ibrahimovic will hope to make a speedy return for Milan.
But how can you watch theaction unfold? Goal brings you all you need to know.
Premier Sports broadcast Serie A in the UK and games will be available to watch on its TV channels, including their online streaming service, the Premier Player.
Games will be aired at 4:15pm, 6:30pm and 8:45pm BST, with fixtures set to be held most days of the week.
To find out more about getting a subscription, visit the network's websitewww.premiersports.com to register.
ESPN has the rights to broadcast Serie A football in the US, with the online streaming service ESPN+ set to broadcast daily
A total of 124 Serie A matches will be played, plus three Coppa Italia games,in the space of just under two months - so that's a lot of soccer.
Serie A kick-off times in the US are 11:15am, 1:30pm and 3:45pm ET.
A number of fixtures from matchday 25will be the first postponed Serie A games to becompleted. They includeInter vs Sampdoria and Torino vs Parma.