According to the statement of the Italy Football Federation (FIGC), in addition to the interval between the two-game times, each team can make the replacements utilizing a maximum of three-game interferences as well as, in case of extra time question.
A fourth break, in addition to those planned between the finish of the regular time frame and the start of the main additional period and between the first and second extra time, just if less than five players have been subbed after the regular time frame.
Where the two teams simultaneously make a replacement, this will be viewed as an interference of the match utilized by the two teams for replacement.
Last month, 16 of 20 Series A teams decided on June 13 to restart the game, with four teams deciding in favor of a start on June 20. However, that vote was dependent upon health and safety protocols for players and fans and ultimately, the later date was picked because it took for such a long time to agree to those protocols.
Only three pauses can even now be submitted on alternates. On the off chance that matches go into extra time and teams haven’t utilized all five of their replacements they can make a fourth interference at the finish of the regular time or between the two half extra time