Turkey vs Italy confirmed line-ups ahead of Euro 2020 fixture tonight
Here’s everything you need to know about the game at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome
Euro 2020 is finally here and Italy face Turkey in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico to kick things off.
Wales will be keeping a close eye on their Group A opponents, with the Azzurri favourites to advance from top spot to the knock-out stages.
Roberto Mancini has inspired a 27-game unbeaten run and it is no wonder that the former Manchester City boss is thrilled by the condition of his squad and their chances to claim silverware this summer.
“I like the atmosphere that’s developed within the team and what the younger players have managed to achieve in such a short space of time, thanks in part to the help they’ve received from the more experienced players in the group,” Mancini said. “Sometimes players need more time, but these youngsters are quick to learn and have improved a lot, and because they’re so young, they can still improve further.