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Match: Italy vs Ukraine
Competition: International friendly
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Italy vs Ukraine live streaming: Match preview
Roberto Mancini’s revolution with the Azzurri hasn’t quite gone to plan.
Mancini’s primary aim is qualification for Euro 2020 but it looks unlikely that that’s going to come through the Nations League.
Italy were poor in a 1-1 draw with Poland but were even worse as they lost 1-0 in Lisbon to Portugal.
Italy have a return game with Poland on Sunday and, defeat in Chorzów, could see them relegated.
Ukraine on the other hand have made a brilliant start in the Nations League.
Andriy Shevchenko’s side beat the Czech Republic and then Slovakia to take control of the group.
A win at home to the Czechs on Sunday could see them promoted to League A.
How prepared will both teams be for big games at the weekend?