Italy return to Nations League action on tonight as they host Poland at the Mapei Stadium in a crucial Group A1 clash.
The Azzurri are the only remaining unbeaten team in Group 1 of the UEFA Nations League A, but still find themselves sitting second after playing out three draws in their four games so far.
Italy, though, are unbeaten in all competitions for over two years now and come into this game on the back of 4-0 thumping of Estonia earlier this week.
Poland, on the other hand, lead the standings in their group courtesy two wins and a draw from their opening four games.
The visitors are on a fine run of form as well, winning four of the six games that they have played in 2020, plundering 12 goals in these fixtures.
Jerzy Brzeczek’s team come into this game on the back of a 2-0 win over Ukraine.
The reverse fixture, played last month in Gdansk, ended in a drab goalless draw that saw Italy and Poland manage just four shots on target between them.
Ahead of the latest meeting between the two sides, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter.
Italy XI (4-3-3): G. Donnarumma, A. Florenzi, F. Acerbi, A. Bastoni, Emerson, N. Barella, Jorginho, M. Locatelli, F. Bernardeschi, A. Belotti, L. Insigne
Poland XI (4-2-3-1): W. Szczęsny, B. Bereszyński, K. Glik, J. Bednarek, A. Reca, G. Krychowiak, J. Moder, S. Szymanski, K. Linetty, K. Jóźwiak, R. Lewandowski
Kick off is at 20:45 (GMT +1).