Roberto Mancini’s side will be looking to extend their record-breaking unbeaten run with a victory over La Roja once again in the 2012 final.
Italy will face Spain in the Euro 2020 final against England at Wembley on Tuesday, or Denmark as the winner.
Izuri took part in the game thanks to an unbeaten run of 32 games in recent days Great 2-1 win over Belgium, The world’s number one team in the quarterfinals.
Spain’s form has been less impressive, winning just one of their three group games before beating Croatia 5-3 in the last 16 and needing extra time to pile up Switzerland in penalties in the past. Of was
However, Italy have won just two of their last 14 fixtures against La Roja in all competitions – a friendly victory a decade ago and their last meeting at the Euro in 2016.
Tuesday’s game is also a repeat of Euro 2012 in Kiev, in which Spain won 4-0.
Game ahead, the aim Details on how to watch on TV, live streaming online, team news and much more.
|the game||Italy vs. Spain|
|History||Tuesday, July 6, 2021|
|Time||12pm PT / 3pm ET / 8pm BST|
TV channel, live stream and how to watch
ESPN is showing the game live on TV in the United States (TV). An online series for this match will be available on the ESPN + and ESPN app.
|American TV channel||Online series|
|ESPN||ESPN + and ESPN app|
The BBC One game will be televised live in the United Kingdom. BBC iPlayer is an online streaming service that provides live coverage.
|UK TV channel||Online series|
|BBC One||BBC iPlayer|
Team News and Rosters
|Goalkeepers||Donromma, Merit, Srigo|
|Bodyguard||Bonucci, Chileni, Spanzola, Toloi, Eserbi, Di Lorenzo, Emerson, Florenzi, Bastoni|
|Midfielders||Cristant, Variety, Barella, Castroville, Pacina, J جrgenho, Locitelli|
|Forward||Amobile, Bellotti, Anisgen, Berardi, Bernardeschi, Raspordori, Chisa|
Italy will be without Leonardo Espanazola against Spain after Achilles was injured in the victory over Belgium.
Roma have been one of the players in the Wingback tournament but now that they have been facing it for several months, Emerson Palmer is ready to take his place in the starting XI.
Alessandro Florenzi has also been embroiled in controversy over the calf problem, although Giovanni Di Lorenzo is likely to replace him on the right and left.
Italy predicts the start of the XI: Donrumma ؛ Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chileni, Emerson; Barela, Georginho, Verratti; Chiesa, Mobile, Insigne.
|Goalkeepers||Simon, Sanchez, D. Gaya|
|Bodyguard||Garcia, P. Torres, Leport, Azpilicueta, Alba, Gaya, de Laurent|
|Midfielders||Olmo, M. Lorente, Biscuits, Rodri, Serbia, Coke, Alcantara, Ruiz|
|Forward||Moreno, F. Torres, Morata, Pedri, Oversable, Torre|
Pablo Serbia is suspicious of Spain when he was forced to rush against Switzerland due to a muscle strain.
Danny Olmo of RB Leipzig, who played against Serbia against Switzerland, is battling Gerard Moreno to replace him in the starting line-up.
Forecast Spain’s starting XI: Simon Azpeliciota, Lippert, Garcia, Alba Coke, Biscuits, Pedri; F. Torres, Murata, Moreno.
Recent results and head-to-head
The last five results
|Italy results||The results of Spain|
|Belgium 1-2 Italy (July 2)||Switzerland 1-1 Spain (1-3P) (July 2)|
|Italy 2-1 Austria (AET) (June 26)||Croatia 3-5 Spain (AET) (June 28)|
|Italy 1-0 Wales (June 20)||Slovakia 0-5 Spain (June 23)|
|Italy 3-0 Switzerland (June 16)||Spain 1-1 Poland (June 19)|
|Turkey 0-3 Italy (June 11)||Spain 0-0 Sweden (June 14)|
|September 2, 2017||Spain 3-0 Italy|
|October 6, 2016||Italy 1-1 Spain|
|June 27, 2016||Italy 2-0 Spain|
|March 24, 2016||Italy 1-1 Spain|
|March 5, 2014||Spain 1-0 Italy|