Expectation is mounting in Perugia, ahead of the fourth round of the women's Volleyball Nations League, scheduled to take place from Tuesday 11 until Thursday 13 June.

The women in Davide Mazzanti's Italian national side will take to the court in the Pala Barton to first play another Erreà team, Bulgaria (11 June at 8.00 pm), then South Korea (12 June at 8.00 pm) and finally Russia.

Here is the schedule of matches for the three days in UmbriaItaly vs Bulgaria, Tuesday 11 June, broadcast live on TV channels NOVE and Eurosport 2 at 8.00 pm; Italy vs South Korea, Wednesday 12 June, broadcast live on TV channels NOVE and Eurosport 1 at 8.00 pm; Italy vs Russia, broadcast live on TV channels NOVE and Eurosport 2 at 8.00 pm.

Italy are now second in the VNL overall ranking with 7 wins and 22 points, with only Turkey ahead of them on 8 wins and 24 points. The aim is to win all their games in the Umbrian round and to take the decisive step in the direction of the Final Six in Nanjing (3 to 7 July).

Erreà will be present in Perugia with its own exhibition space, where it will be selling the entire range of branded merchandising, produced for the Italian national team.

The is the full schedule for the VNL, with the Erreà sponsored teams:

4th Round Schedule - 11 to 13 June

Pool 13 - Perugia, Italy

11/6: Russia vs South Korea (5.00 pm); Italy vs Bulgaria (8.00 pm)

12/6: Bulgaria vs Russia (5.00 pm); Italy vs South Korea (8.00 pm)

13/6: South Korea vs Bulgaria (5.00 pm); Italy vs Russia (8.00 pm)

Pool 14 - Stuttgart, Germany

11/6: Belgium vs Netherlands (5.30 pm); Germany vs Dominican Republic (8.30 pm)

12/6: Dominican Republic vs Netherlands (5.30 pm); Germany vs Belgium (8.30 pm)

13/6: Belgium vs Dominican Republic (5.30 pm), Germany vs Netherlands (8.30 pm)

Pool 15 - Tokyo, Japan

11/6: Serbia vs Thailand (8.40 am); Japan vs Brazil (12.10 pm)

12/6: Brazil vs Thailand (8.10 am); Japan vs Serbia (11.40 am)

13/6: Brazil vs Serbia (8.10 am); Japan vs Thailand (11.40 am)

Pool 16 - Jiangmen, China

11/6: USA-Turkey (10.00 am); China-Poland (2.00 pm)

12/6: Poland - USA (10.00 am); China-Turkey (2.00 pm)

13/6: Turkey - Poland (10.00 am); China-USA (2.00 pm)

General ranking: Turkey (8 wins, 24 points); Italy (7 wins, 22 points); USA (7 wins, 21 points); China and Poland (7 wins, 20 points); Brazil (6 wins, 19 points); Japan and Serbia (5 wins, 15 points); Belgium (5 wins, 14 points);Dominican Republic (5 wins, 13 points); Thailand (3 wins, 10 points); Germany (3 wins, 8 points); Netherlands(2 wins, 7 points); Russia (1 win, 4 points); South Korea (1 win, 3 points); Bulgaria (No wins, 1 points).