First evening with the national team on the pitch and on television. Roberto Mancini’s Italy faces Spain tonight in the first Nations League semifinal, broadcast exclusively by Raiuno. The connection with San Siro opens at 20.30 with Paola Ferrari in conversation with Luca Toni, the kick-off is set at 20.45. The commentary is as always entrusted to Alberto Rimedio flanked by Antonio Di Gennaro as a columnist and with Alessandro Antinelli on the sidelines.
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TOMORROW. The other Nations League semi-final sees France and Belgium on the field tomorrow in Turin, the match airs at 8.45 pm on channel 20.
YOU LISTEN. While Serie A is struggling to establish itself in the ratings as shown by the modest results collected so far by Dazn (just 786 thousand fans for Atalanta-Milan on Sunday evening), free-to-air football constantly reaches a considerable audience as evidenced by the 4 million and 800 thousand viewers recorded by Milan-Atletico Madrid last Tuesday on Canale 5. Italy never disappoints Raiuno: 8 million and 654 thousand for Italy-Switzerland, a share of 42.04 per cent.