The new season kicks off on January 29.
For the second time in four weeks, Italy’s players are preparing for their return to action in Brazil, but this time it will be in the form of a friendly against Brazilians in Sao Paulo.
The new season is coming to an end in Brazil but there are still a lot of footballing reasons to keep up with the schedule ahead.
Here are five things to watch for on January 28.
The scheduleThe first two games will be played in the first leg of the Brasilia-Pernambuco derby.
The first leg is scheduled to take place at 15:00 GMT on January 30 and is scheduled for the venue of the match between Milan and Bologna.
The second leg of that derby will be the first of the two legs.
The game will take place on January 31 at 16:00.
The final two games are also in Sao Paolo.
The third leg of this derby will take on January 32 at 17:00 and will be at the stadium of the first match.
There are no further fixtures scheduled for January 28, but it is expected to be a busy one for the teams.
On January 28th, the Brazilian team will travel to Santos, Brazil to take on the Brazilian National Team.
That game will be broadcast live on Eurosport, while the match against the Portuguese National Team will also be available on Eurosports.
Brazil’s players will travel with the Brazilian national team to Brazil to play in front of the Brazilian fans.
They will be joined by their Brazilians teammates, who are also playing in Brazil.
Brazil will host the first game of the second leg on January 5 at 19:00, the first-ever game of this tie in Brazil and the first away game for the home team.
The first match will be shown on Eurosporting, while Eurosport will also broadcast the match on their website.
For the second game, the Brazilians will play against their rivals from the previous round.
They’ll be playing against a side who has already lost a game to the reigning champions.
The team that wins the match will face off against a team that has won the previous match, meaning the two teams will have a tie for first place.