It has been confirmed that Milan-Genoa, which was supposed to be played this Sunday, will take place on October 31.
Yesterday the Lega had announced that the match between Milan and Genoa has been postponed due to the tragic collapse of the Ponte Morandi Bridge.
And today (Friday) it has been confirmed that the match will be played on Wednesday, October 31.
Therefore, Milan will be starting their season on August 25 against Napoli away from home, and will also be without Hakan Çalhanoğlu, who was supposed to skip the Genoa match through suspension. This decision from the league adds Milan a midweek clash at the end of October, which is sandwiched by encounters against Sampdoria and Udinese.
Sampdoria-Fiorentina, which was also postponed, will be played on Wednesday, September 19. Milan cannot play in this date because of the Europa League. The rest of the league is played as usual.