England and Italy meet again after the Euro2020 final, which England lost to Italy through penalty shoot out. England for the first time in four years have not won their last three games. They have had a rollercoaster campaign in this tournament, with no win in three games yet.
England, who are yet to win a competitive trophy in the last 56 years, have been close to making history having reached the final of the UEFA European Championship of 2020, FIFA World Cup South place in 2018, and the UEFA Nations League third place in 2018-19.
England changed their last line-up to:
Aaron Ramsdale, Reece James, Fikayo Tomori, Harry Maguire, Kieran Trippier, James Ward-Prowse, Declan Rice, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Jack Grealish, and Tammy Abraham
Italy made few changes to their last line up:
Gianluigi Donnarumma, Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Federico Gatti, Francesco Acerbi, Federico Dimarco, Davide Frattesi, Manuel Locatelli, Sandro Tonali, Matteo Pessina, Gianluca Scamacca, and Lorenzo Pellegrini
Both teams had a positive threat during the first and second half of the game, as England possessed 58% of the possession against 42% of Italy. England had 12 goals attempted with 4 shots on target, the Azzurri’s had 8 goals attempted with only 3 goals attempted.
No goals for both teams at the Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton means Italy leads the group with 5 points secured from three matches and England is relegated to the bottom of the group having just two points after three games.
England will continue their journey on the 14 Tuesday when they go head-to-head with Hungary at the Molineux Stadium, in Wolverhampton. The Azzurri on the same day will play Germany at Borussia-Park Mönchengladbach. Borussia Park.
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