This evening, Italy will take on Greece in what will be a very important game for the Azzurri, as they could secure qualification for the Euros next summer with a win. One AC Milan player is expected to play from start.
From the Rossoneri, two players have been called up by the manager Roberto Mancini, namely Gigio Donnarumma and Alessio Romagnoli. However, only the former is expected to start the game, according to MilanNews.it.
Instead of the Milan captain, Francesco Acerbi is expected to start alongside Leo Bonucci at the back. In other words, following the poor display against Armenia, Romagnoli is once again on the bench.
Should the Azzurri win tonight, as mentioned, then they would secure their spot in next year’s European Championship with three games to spare in the qualification stage. Therefore, it would be a strong signal by Mancini’s men, who have won all of their six games thus far.