Qualifications euro 2020 italy: Italy Euro 2020 Qualification Guide

Bosnia is a quality side that is led by some familiar faces for Roma and Serie A fans: Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic. The Balkan side is coming off a successful UEFA Nations League in 2018, where it won a group featuring Austria and Northern Ireland, earning promotion to League A for the next edition of the tournament. Dzeko, who will earn his 100th cap (55 goals) in Bosnia’s next match, is likely in his swansong with his national side. However, he has a penchant for scoring big goals in big games (see his Champions League form for Roma) and would love nothing more than to build upon his reputation by finishing ahead of the Azzurri . Italy host Bosnia in Turin on match day four in June and travel to the Balkans on match day nine in November 2019. It’ll be vital that Italy take care of business at home.

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