Can Roberto Mancini’s Italy Continue Their Winning Streak Against Switzerland In The Euros?


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.