Italy bring in Claud Adjapong, Riccardo Orsolini and Patrick Cutrone for their second European Under-21 Championship match with Dawid Kownacki’s Poland.
It kicks off at the Stadio Dall’Ara in Bologna at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).
The Azzurrini had a fantastic start to the tournament on Sunday, fighting back to beat Spain 3-1 with a Federico Chiesa brace and Lorenzo Pellegrini penalty.
Fiorentina star Chiesa is again a key figure in the trident attack, but Milan striker Cutrone and Bologna winger Orsolini step in to replace Moise Kean and Nicolò Zaniolo in the 4-3-3 formation.
Claud Adjapong of Sassuolo replaces Arturo Calabresi at right-back.
Poland have two Serie A representatives in the line-up, Genoa-owned midfielder Filip Jagiello and ex-Sampdoria hitman Dawid Kownacki.
However, they are set out in an ultra-defensive 5-4-1 formation.
Italy U21: Meret; Adjapong, Mancini, Bastoni, Dimarco; Barella, Mandragora, Lo Pellegrini; Orsolini, Cutrone, Chiesa
Italy bench: Audero, Montipò, Calabresi, Pezzella, Bonifazi, Tonali, Zaniolo, Bonazzoli, Romagna, Kean, Locatelli, Murgia
Poland U21: Grabara; Fila, Wieteska, Bielik, Bochniewicz, Pestka; Jagiello, Dziczek, Zurkowski, Szymanski; Kownacki
Poland bench: Lis, Loska, Placheta, Piotrowski, Swiderski, Wdowiak, Buksa, Jonczy, Jozwiak, Tomczyk, Gumny, Michalak
Ref: Kulbakov (BLR)