Nations League, Inghiterra favorita contro l'Italia: l''1' a 1,82

After the defeat of Wembley in the final against Argentina very few would have bet on one Italy which, after two exits in Nations League, could be leading Group 3 League A, unbeaten and with four points to his credit. It precedes in order Hungary, Germany and England with the latter two representatives who will go to the world championships in Qatar as opposed to the Azzurri. The third match between the national teams is scheduled for tomorrow night at Molineux in Wolverhampton, also in London, where Wolves play their home matches. The kick-off of the match is set for 20:45 but it will be a desolately empty stadium because the English have to serve the penalty imposed on them for the incidents that broke out at Wembley in the final of the European Championships last July 11 against Italy. Nations League hosts have only one point to their credit for having drawn the match against Germany 1 to 1, away from home in Munich, and lost the opening match against Hungary on a penalty converted by Szoboszlai. Up to now our national team, on the other hand, drew 1 to 1 with the Germans and then beat Hungary 2 to 1 two days ago in Cesena. Between friendlies and official competitions, the two national teams met twenty-eight times with an overall balance in favor of the Azzurri who won twelve times against the eight of the English who drew eight more times. The last defeat suffered by Italy against England dates back to 15 August 2012, then two wins and two draws for the Azzurri. England’s coach Gareth Southgate, who has led the “Three Lions” since 2016, will entrust Tottenham striker Harry Kane with the responsibility of leading the attacking department, relying on the contribution of Saka, Grealish and Mount with Rice and Bellingham in the middle. In door space for Pickford with the four-man defensive line with Alexander-Arnold on the right, Trippier on the opposite side and Maguire and Stone the pair of central defenders. Roberto Mancini, for his part, should again line up Gigio Donnarumma, who seems to having further recovered the wrist injury, and a back four with Mancini and Acerbi central pair, Spinazzola left back and Di Lorenzo right back. Confidence in midfield in Barella, his first goal against Hungary, Locatelli and Lorenzo Pellegrini, scoring both with Germany and with the Magyars, who will act behind a trident that this time could be composed of Politano, Scamacca and Raspadori Despite the latest performances in the Nations League and the first place in the group, England is the national favorite of betting analysts who lay 1 to 1.82, far from the 2 of the Azzurri’s success, which multiplies the bet by 4.35. and with the X offered at 3.35.

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