Sunday's Serie A match between Cagliari and Roma was called off after the Sardinian club's president defied local authority orders to exclude fans from their new stadium.
The Rossoblu was due to face Roma behind closed doors at its new Is Arenas base after the new stadium once again failed to meet the required safety standards.
But in a statement issued last night, Cagliari club president
The statement on cagliaricalcio.net read: "Cagliari, represented by president
"We invite all fans with season tickets to come to the stadium for the Cagliari-Roma match in an ordered and civilised manner.
"Cagliari and the engineers consider the structure to be secure.
"This move is peaceful but is borne out of pain and frustration of having to defend our right to exist."
But after crisis talks, the Cagliari Prefecture and the
It read: "This decision was forced by the urgent and serious need to prevent any form of public disorder caused by the irrational and ill-advised action of the Cagliari president."
Article 17 of Federcalcio, the rules that govern Italian football, explains: "Clubs are responsible for the fact that any acts interrupting the smooth running of a game can be punished with the loss of that match with a scoreline of 0-3 awarded."
Cagliari moved out of their former Stadio Sant'Elia home in March, playing the remaining home games of the 2011/12 season at Trieste's Stadio Nereo Rocco, nearly 1000km away from the Sardinian capital.
The current campaign has already seen the Rossoblu play a domestic game behind closed doors, with Atalanta earning a 1-1 draw at an empty Is Arenas on
Watford or Crystal Palace can still expect to receive £120 million ($204 million) if they are relegated from the English Premier League after just one year of top-flight football.