SUBS: Gaetano Castrovilli, Lorenzo Insigne, Leonardo Spinazzola, Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Salvatore Sirigu, Francesco Acerbi, Giacomo Raspadori, Alex Meret, Ciro Immobile, Bryan Cristante, Manuel Locatelli, Nicolo Barella.
ITALY (4-3-3): Gianluigi Donnarumma; Rafael Toloi, Leonardo Bonucci, Alessandro Bastoni, Emerson; Jorginho, Marco Verratti, Matteo Pessina; Federico Bernadeschi, Andrea Belotti, Federico Chiesa.
Having earned a well-deserved point against Switzerland, largely thanks to Danny Ward’s heroics in goal, Wales put in a much more assured performance against Turkey to win 2-0. Due to the four best third-place finishers securing a last-16 spot, Rob Page’s men are virtually guaranteed to remain in the competition. A point, however, would secure second place for the visitors, while a defeat may also be enough if Switzerland fail to beat Turkey in the other Group A game.
Italy have won their first two games 3-0, coasting to victories over Turkey and then Switzerland to secure qualification to the knockout stages at Euro 2020. The Azzuri will be looking to confirm a first-place finish against Wales, while also looking to extend their unbeaten run to 30 games, which would equal their all-time longest unbeaten run (November 1935-July 1939).
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the Euro 2020 Group A fixture between Italy and Wales.