Juventus versus Inter and Milan's match with Genoa have been scheduled for this Sunday, Serie A has confirmed.
Six games in Italy's top flight were postponed last weekend due to the ongoing spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Along with the games featuring Juve, Inter, Milan and Genoa, matches between Parma and SPAL, Udinese and Fiorentina, and Sassuolo and Brescia were also called off.
Monday's meeting between Sampdoria and Hellas Verona was also cancelled.
Lega Serie A initially planned to move the matches to Wednesday, May 13, which forced the Coppa Italia final to be rescheduled for May 20.
However, it was confirmed on Thursday that five of the matches are to take place on March 8, with Milan facing Genoa at 15:00 local time (14:00 GMT), while Juve against Inter is at 20:45 local time (19:45 GMT).
Sassuolo versus Brescia has been moved to Monday.
All the games are to be played behind closed doors following a government decree that said sporting events are to be played without fans present until April 3.
Champions Juve are second in the table, two points behind Lazio, who have played a game more.
Inter are six points behind Maurizio Sarri's side, although they have two games in hand on the leaders.