Italy are joint top of Euro 2020 qualifying Group J with Greece, ahead of Bosnia and Herzegovina on goal difference.
The qualifying campaign began this evening for the group and the Azzurri got off to a strong start, beating Finland 2-0.
Greece achieved the same result in their away fixture with Liechtenstein thanks to a Kostas Fortounis volley and late Anastasios Donis chest and strike.
Bosnia and Herzegovina also got three points, but are behind on goal difference because they only beat Armenia 2-1.
Empoli midfielder Rade Krunic opened the scoring with Milosevic in the closing stages, but Henrikh Mkhitaryan converted a stoppage-time penalty for a consolation.
It was a special game for Roma striker Edin Dzeko, who marked his 100th cap, becoming the first Bosnian to achieve such a feat.
Armenia-Finland, Italy-Liechtenstein and Bosnia-Greece are on Tuesday March 26.