The four clubs implicated in the Italian match-fixing scandal will hear the result of their appeals against their sanctions this week.
Juventus, Milan, Lazio and Fiorentina have already had their original sentences reduced, but all four have appealed again to Italian Olympic Committee’s Court of Arbitration.
All four clubs began the season with points deductions, while Juve were also relegated to Serie B.
Juve, Milan and Lazio will hear their fates on Wednesday and Fiorentina will find out on Thursday.
Italian media reports have suggested that all four clubs may have their sentences reduced.