Roberto Mancini explained his radically-experimental Italy side to face France. “Risking defeat is how you learn and see what you can do.”
It kicks off in Nice at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).
Mancio retains the 4-3-3 formation after beating Saudi Arabia 2-1 on his debut, but gives Mattia Caldara, Rolando Mandragora and Domenico Berardi their senior debuts.
“France are one of the candidates to win the World Cup, so it’ll be a very tough test,” the CT told Rai Sport.
“We can risk defeat, but that’s how you learn and see what you can do.”
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