Italy has the chance to make it two convincing wins from their first two Euro 2020 qualifiers here against minnows Liechtenstein.
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Match preview 🖊
Italy beat Finland 2-0 in Udine in their opening qualifier in the group and Juventus teenager Moise Kean was on the score sheet for the Azzurri. The four-time world champions haven’t conceded more than a single goal in any of their last eight matches. All of those have produced under 2.5 total match goals, but that streak of low-scoring matches should end here, given that Italy scored nine goals across two encounters with Liechtenstein in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. A streak of fifteen of Italy’s last 17 matches have produced under 2.5 total goals but we can see that coming to an end here in abrupt fashion.
The last meeting between the sides ended 5-0 to Italy, and you'd have to think there's good value in backing over 2.5 goals in the first half.
Team news 📰
Roberto Mancini made a big call in the game against Finland to hand teenager Moise Kean his first senior international start but the Juve teenager rewarded his coach's faith with a goal and he will hope to start here. Alessandro Florenzi and Federico Chiesa have withdrawn from the squad through injury. For Liechtenstein, Philippe Erne is injured but manager Helgi Kolvidsson isn't likely to make wholesale changes from the side that battled against Greece.
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