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Italy vs Wales LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S huge Euro 2020 clash

ON the brink of reaching the last 16, Wales face a huge test in their final Euro 2020 group match as they take on rampant Italy.

Gareth Bale & Co sit behind Italy on four points and will guarantee advancing to the knock-out stage with a point.


Though they face an Italian side desperate to put on a show after missing out on the World Cup in 2018.

Under Roberto Mancini, the Azzurri qualified for the Euros by winning ten games out of ten and then reached the Uefa Nations League finals.

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Team news

Roberto Mancini is likely to make changes from his starting XI as he has the chance to rotate.

Italy's ageing back-two of Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci - who have a combined age of 70 - will need a rest for sure

Chiellini went off after a suspected hamstring injury against the Swiss.

Mancini coudl recall midfield lynchpin Marco Verratti, who may feature after finally overcoming a troublesome knee injury. 

Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale have been at the forefront of this Wales side so far, combining brilliantly last Wednesday and will need to turn on the heat against Italy.

Ethan Ampadu and Harry Wilson, introduced from the bench against Turkey, are two players pushing for recalls to the starting line-up.

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