In a rush to end the pending La Liga season on schedule, La Liga is expected to stage games every day in the summer.
The Bundesliga started again yesterday, with both La Liga and Serie A set to start group training from tomorrow, as the lock-up of the coronavirus pandemic is eased.
Their medical procedure should be identical to the German model. If any player or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, they will be excluded and all others will be retested.
Only, the Italian Government has instead been demanding that the entire party enter a 15-day quarantine if a Serie A player catches coronavirus.
With the start date for fixtures around June 13, there is a rush to conclude the campaign during the peak of the summer.
According to the Spanish newspaper AS, this tight schedule will mean a game set for every single day of the week, with teams allowed at least 72 hours between matches.
Owing to the intense weather, some fixtures will even start as late as 11 pm, which means they will start one day and finish the next morning.
The aim will be to conclude the season by July 29, so that teams can prepare for the Champions League and the Europa League in August.