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Italy vs Poland Match Preview, Team News, Lineups

UEFA Nations League
It was shocking to see Italy not making the cut to the final 32 teams of the FIFA World Cup after they lost to Sweden in the play-offs in the final round of qualification. However, a breath of sigh is everywhere as Roberto Mancini’s taken charge. This game against Poland will be a crucial test for the hosts in this game to test the depth of their bench. They have the strength in their defense and the enough firepower to make it past any team so it is expected that Italy would be the favourites to win this game. The coach even said, Italy has a handful of players on their squad who can single-handedly win them games but what would happen against Jerzy Brzeczek remains to see at Renato Dall Ara.
Poland, however, under their new coach will be feeling very positive after their shock exit in the world cup. Their exit in the world cup was certain because they rode so far only on the goals scored by Robert Lewandowski and when he failed to find the back of the  net, Poland lost their way to make it past the group stage. Poland would try to take advantage of the fact that eight players from their squad play in Italy and they would have plenty of experience to play against the star defenders of their opponent.

A thrilling fixture awaits everyone as Italy takes on Poland on their route to salvation.
UEFA Nations League, Italy vs Poland is to be played at Renato Dall Ara at 20:45 PM ET UK. A thrilling game awaits everyone and can be watched live on Sony LIV.

September 7, 12:15 AM, IST
Where: Renato Dall Ara, Bologna
Capacity: 38279

Recent form (Last six matches)
 Poland– W D W L L W
Italy– D W L D

ITA vs POL Dream11 TEAM NEWS: Injuries and Suspensions
Here is the ITA vs POL Dream11 team news and injuries
Italy vs PolandTeam News:
Italy: As Gigi Buffon retired from international football, which would stand between the sticks remains a concern for Mancini. However, he has played all three goal-keepers in the first three matches Italy play under his charge. He needs to decide that who would be the best one to stop Lewandowski’s goals among Mattia Perin, Salvatore Sirigu and Gigilo Donnarumma. Marco Benassi is most likely to be one of the potential debutants for Italy in this game. Lorenzo Insgine and Ciro Immobile are competing for a starting berth in this game just as Mario Balotelli and Andre Belotti are fighting for a spot up front. Federico Chiesa could start in the right but Domenico Berardi is also challenging for the spot. Pietro Pellegri remains the only injured player in the squad for the hosts ahead of this game.
Poland: Jerzy Brzeczek’s first match as coach would have to deliver on many aspects so the new boss has called upon the youth academy and shortlisted six potential debutants. Robert Lewandowski and Arkadiusz Milik are expected to keep their place in the front, however, Krzysztof Piatek is challenging a spot given his current form. Tomasz Kedziora and Bartosz Bereszynski would fight for the right back position as Lukasz Piszczek announced international retirement after Poland was eliminated of the world cup. Mateusz Klich is expected to start in the midfield in this game.

(Probable) –
Italy – Gianluigi Donnarumma (GK), Domenico Criscito, Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci, Davide Zappacosta, Giacomo Bonaventura, Jorginho, Marco Benassi, Lorenzo insigne, Andrea Belotti / Mario Balotelli, Federico Chiesa
Poland– Wojciech Szczesny (GK), Bartosz Bereszynski, Kamil Glik, Jedi Bednarek, Maciej Rybus, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Karol Linetty, Piotr Zielinski, Mateusz Klich, Arkadiusz Milik, Robert Lewandowski

Head 2 Head- 5 official meetings
Italy- 2
Draw – 1

Key Players:

Italy– Lorenzo Insgine
Poland– Robert Lewandowski

Updates: Mario Balotelli may start today’s match against Poland, but if he isn’t, he is expected to be featured at some stage by his former manager at Manchester City. Giorgio Chiellini is also back to play for his country.
While, for Poland, Kamil Glik will start the game.
We are backing the home side to win this game because they have all the ingredients to beat Poland. Under Mancini, Italy has played three matches  and they have won one, drawn one and lost one so they would be aware of the things that they should not repeat in this game which could prove fatal. However, Poland is under their new coach and this would be the first match they would be playing so how their tactics look on the ground against the former world cup winners would be interesting to see.
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