England vs Italy Match Prediction (02-09-2019 )

Our Prediction:

England

Will win



LASK have been in a thrilling form at the start of the season and seeing that they defeated Basel 2-1 at St. The Austrian side have been scoring goals for fun of late and we are positive that they are going to find the net in Tuesdays football match. Jakobs Park they are with one foot in the final qualifying round. A place in the Champions League play-offs will be at stake when LASK and Basel square off against each other at Linzer Stadion on Tuesday evening.

Both England and Italy are teams in transition and works in progress, but with World Cup qualification under their belts and a permanent manager in place, the Three Lions have more solid foundations to build on. Confidence in the away camp will be low ahead of the match, and with the home crowd behind them, Southgate's men are in good stead to build on recent positive results by edging out their opponents.

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Italy -

The two teams meet for the first time ever at Linzer Stadion. Anyhow, given Basels attacking potential, we believe that there is a big value in betting on both teams to score. The Swiss club need to record a big win over LASK if they are to make it to the Champions League play-offs, but that is easier said than done.

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Jamie Vardy may be given a start up front too, with Harry Kane absent through injury - Marcus Rashford started against the Netherlands. Gareth Southgate has already confirmed he will start Jack Butland in goal to face Italy, having given Jordan Pickford the nod for the match against the Netherlands. Harry Maguire replaced Gomez at the back when he went off, while Alfie Mawson and James Tarkowski will hope to make their debuts after missing out in Amsterdam - as will Lewis Cook in midfield. Joe Gomez's injury in that game means he is a doubt, but Gareth Southgate is likely to want to continue with the experimental 3-1-4-2 formation that served him so well in Amsterdam.

Luigi di Biaggio's men are eager to make amends for the unsuccessful qualifying campaign, but seeing that England are a real force to be reckoned with at home, we predict the hosts will emerge triumphant in Tuesday's friendly. The hosts will be without injured ace Harry Kane against Italy, but Man City winger Raheem Sterling, who is enjoying a season to remember, is likely to prove a handful for the opposition back-line. Wembley Stadium will host Tuesday's football match between England and Italy, who face each other in a friendly for the first time since 2015. Back then two sides played out a 1-1 draw and it has to be noted that it has been six years since the Three Lions last defeated the Azzurri on the international stage. The Italians, on the other hand, have yet to recover from a shocking elimination in the World Cup play-offs.

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Silvan Widmer has 15 caps for Switzerland U21 team and he played for the U 19 side in the past as well, scoring three goals in eight appearances for the team. The pacey right back, who is capable of playing as a right midfielder and a left back, signed a deal with Udinese in the summer of 2012, but he remained at Aarau until 2013.

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The Azzurri have become famous for their result oriented football over the years which is perfectly suited for World Cup and Euro finals, so it is now a surprise when they fail to reach the final stages. With four World Cup titles and one European Championship trophy, Italy remain one of worlds most successful teams and they have also finished as runners up at major tournaments on four occasions.

While winning the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the Azzurri reached Euro finals in 2000 and 2012, and they are still regarded as one of the leading sides in Europe. After winning the second and third edition of the World Cup, Italy endured a difficult period until lifting their first European Championship title in 1968, while they also managed to show some improvement at the turn of the century.