probable formations, where to see it on TV and in streaming

probable formations, where to see it on TV and in streaming
probable formations, where to see it on TV and in streaming

BOLOGNA – At 8.45 pm, at the Renato Dall’Ara stadium in Bologna, Roberto Mancini’s Italy challenges the Czech Republic in the last friendly test before the debut at the European Championship on 11 June at the Olimpico against Turkey. In the meantime, there is an important news in the Azzurri home: a new injury for Stefano Sensi, who thus skips the continental event, in his place Pessina. The coach, in the press conference on the eve, launched the young Sassuolo striker Giacomo Raspadori: “He is a different player from Immobile and Belotti, he could represent the future of the national team. It has extraordinary technical qualities,I hope he can do like Paolo Rossi“. Returning to tonight’s friendly match against the Czech Republic, the balance between the two teams is in perfect balance: two wins on each side and two draws in six matches.

Where to see Italy-Czech Republic on TV and in streaming

Italy-Czech Republic is scheduled at 20.45 at the Renato Dall’Ara stadium in Bologna and will be visible exclusively live on Rai 1. It will also be available in streaming on Rai Play.

The probable formations of Italy-Czech Republic

ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Florenzi, Bonucci, Chiellini, Spinazzola; Barella, Jorginho, Locatelli; Berardi, Immobile, Insigne. Ct: Mancini.

Available: Meret, Sirigu, Unripe, Sticks, Di Lorenzo, Emerson Palmieri, Toloi, Cristante, Belotti, Church, Breakers.

CZECH REPUBLIC (4-5-1): Vaclik; Coufal, Celustka, Brabec, Boril; Carnival, Soucek, Darida, Krael, Yankto; Schick. Ct: Silhavy.

Available: Pavlenka, Mandous, Kaderabek, Kalas, Zima, Mateju, Barák, Holes, Sevcik, Hlozek, Pesek, Sadílek, Krmencík, Otter, Pekhart.

REFEREE: Tschudi (Switzerland).

LINES GUARDS: Josephs?

IV MAN: Prontera (Italy).

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