A two-match ban for cheating could be inflicted on Juventus winger Milos Krasic after his penalty dive against Bologna.
The incident has caused a lively debate in Italy, but the authorities place high value on fair play, and the Serbian may risk missing out on the mega clash with Milan on Saturday.
Krasic dived against Bologna and won a non-existent penalty that was subsequently missed by Vincenzo Iaquinta.
Juventus came out to deny their player had cheated post-match.
But La Gazzetta dello Sport claims FIGC chiefs Stefano Palazzi and Giampaolo Tosel will read the riot act.
Article nine of the code of sports justice states that "unsportsman-like conduct" leads to "a minimum ban of two matches for players found responsible of diving where a penalty is awarded".