It's the last round of international fixtures before the end of the season, with every match taking place on 23 & 27 March with one exception. The players that have remained in Turin will have a few days off until they resume training on Thursday morning in Vinovo.
Italy are in action with two friendly matches taking place in England, first they will face Argentina in Manchester. Before the likes of Gianluigi Buffon, Daniele Rugani and Mattia De Sciglio will be back on familiar winning turf when they play England at Wembley. After Gonzalo Higuain's Argentina play the Azzurri, they travel to face Spain in Madrid.
Giorgio Chiellini is also on the list of players called for Italy, but his condition will be evaluated by the doctors of the national team in constant contact with Juventus Staff.
Medhi Benatia won't be travelling too far to represent Morocco, as they play Serbia at Torino's Stadio Olimpico and then against Uzbekistan in Casablanca. While Stephan Lichtsteiner's Switzerland will play away to Greece before hosting Panama.
Mario Mandzukic will be travelling to the United States with Croatia to play against Peru and Mexico. Wojciech Szczesny's Poland are in action against Nigeria and then South Korea, with Blaise Matuidi's France engaged against Colombia and Russia.
Germany and Sami Khedira host Spain in Dusseldorf and then play Brazil in Berlin. Alex Sandro and Douglas Costa, before lining up against their teammate, are away to Russia in Moscow. Miralem Pjanic and his Bosnia-Herzegovina side will come up against Bulgaria and then against Senegal.
Finally, the "China Cup" awaits Rodrigo Bentancur's Uruguay, who will play against the Czech Republic and then will play on 26 March against either Wales or China.