Italy takes on Switzerland later today in their second game at the Stadio Olympico, Rome in Italy.
The Azzuris won their first game by 3-0 against Turkey in the opening fixture.
With the return of midfield masestro Marco Verratti, Italy goes into the game with a huge boost. Switzerland are still in wait to break the 28-year record of not being able to beat Italy.
The Italians have scored 14 goals in their last three matches, indicating a free and fluent scoring attack from the Azzuris.
Vladimir Petkovic and his Switzerland side on the other part, will have to up their game to be able to secure a better results after their 1 all draw in their first game against Wales.
Should Italy win tonight’s game, they will book their place in the next round of the tournament.