Italy absolutely have to beat Belgium and hope for European U21 Championship progress, so we should see Moise Kean, Patrick Cutrone and Federico Chiesa together.
The final group game kicks off at Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).
Failing that, they’d have to wait and see from the other groups, but the odds of becoming the best runner-up are slim.
Nicolò Zaniolo is suspended for Italy, with Riccardo Orsolini injured, so it’s likely Gigi Di Biagio will debut an all-star trident attack with Milan striker Cutrone flanked by Juve’s Kean and Chiesa of Fiorentina.
Arturo Calabresi could be back in on the right side of defence for Claud Adjapong, with Lorenzo Pellegrini joining Rolando Mandragora and Nicolò Barella in midfield.
Belgium have lost both their group games so far and are already eliminated, but put up quite a fight, falling 3-2 to Poland and 2-1 to Spain.
Centre-back Wout Faes is suspended, so Rocky Bushiri is likely to step in alongside Sebastiaan Bornauw.
Alexis De Sart is battling Bryan Heynen for the midfield role, while the attack is confirmed with Dodi Lukebakio flanked by Siebe Schrijvers and Francis Amuzu.
Italy U21: Meret; Calabresi, Mancini, Bastoni, Pezzella; Barella, Mandragora, Pellegrini; Kean, Cutrone, Chiesa
Italy bench: Audero, Montipò, Bonifazi, Dimarco, Adjapong, Romagna, Tonali, Locatelli, Murgia, Bonazzoli
Belgium U21: De Wolf; Cools, Bushiri, Bornauw, Cobbaut; De Sart, Bastien, Mangala; Schrijvers, Lukebakio, Amuzu
Belgium bench: Jackers, Teunckens, De Norre, Schryvers, Wouters, Heynen, Verschaeren, Saelemaekers, Mbenza, Leya Iseka, Oméonga