Snow settles on the pitch ahead of the Serie A match between FC Internazionale Milano and US Citta di Palermo in Milan, Italy. Inter Milan plays Roma on Sunday, February 5, 2012. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
With the big freeze hitting Italy, fixtures around the country have been moved or, in the case of Cesena - Catania, postponed.
Who knew that a few hydrogen and oxygen molecules, bonded together and pushed past the point of freezing, could wreak so much havoc? Five matches were postponed from the midweek round, while Cesena - Catania has been called off this week. Roma - Inter was originally scheduled for Saturday evening, but will be played at 15:00 on Sunday, with Milan - Napoli moving to the same time, up from the late kickoff.
Poor Catania, though. Their midweek match against Genoa was postponed, their clash with Cesena has been postponed, and they still need to play 25 minutes of their rained-off match against Roma. It might have been Max Allegri protesting about fixture congestion this week, but it seems Vincenzo Montella will have more to complain about.
Sunday, February 5 (all matches at 15:00 CET, 9:00 ET unless otherwise noted)