Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Italy’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bosnia-Herzegovina, featuring Miralem Pjanic and Edin Dzeko.
It kicks off at the Juventus Stadium in Turin at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).
The Azzurri are on sparkling form with Roberto Mancini on the bench, winning all three Euro 2020 qualifiers with 11 goals scored and none conceded.
Including friendlies, Italy have kept six consecutive clean sheets for 568 minutes of football, their longest run since 1990.
They are already three points clear at the top of Group J after a 3-0 victory away to Greece, while Bosnia-Herzegovina sit in joint third place on four points.
That’s because they drew 2-2 at home with Greece and on Saturday lost 2-0 in Finland, although Juventus midfielder Pjanic was suspended for that trip.
He returns this evening and is in his ‘home’ stadium, while Roma striker Dzeko is also no stranger to Serie A.
These nations met only once on a football field and Bosnia won that November 1996 friendly 2-1, with Enrico Chiesa – Federico’s Dad – scoring the temporary equaliser.