The two sides were due to square off in early October, but Napoli were refused to travel to Turin for the game by the health authorities of their region, Campania.
Two Napoli players, Piotr Zielinski and Elif Elmas, had tested positive for Covid-19 in the week leading up to the game, but both had failed to go into a 'bubble'.
Napoli president Aurelio DeLaurentiis appealed the decision to CONI (Italian Olympic Committee), and the verdict was handed out this evening.
CONI have overturned the decision, therefore asserting that the game will be played at some date in the future.
Juve were on 27 points, but have now been reduced to 24, whilst Napoli have gained an extra point, and now sit on 24.