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Friday June 26 2020
Italy's new Nations League schedule

Italy will kick off their 2020-21 Nations League campaign on September 4 against Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Italy are in Group A with Netherlands, Poland and Bosnia.

They get started against Bosnia on September 4, before travelling to Netherlands three days later.

The Azzurri then host Poland on October 11 and the Dutch on October 14.

They conclude their group campaign with the visit of Poland on November 15 and a trip to Bosnia 72 hours later.

All their matches take place at 20:45 local time (19:45 BST).

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Tuesday March 3 2020
Nations League: Italy fixture list

Italy will begin their Nations League campaign against Bosnia-Herzegovina on September 4, while they face the Netherlands on September 7 and October 11.

The Azzurri were drawn in League A, Group 1 along with Holland, Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

UEFA have now released the fixture list for the group and Italy will open at home against Bosnia on September 4.

That is followed by the most difficult test, a trip to the Netherlands on September 7.

They visit Poland on October 8, then welcome the Oranje on October 11.

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Tuesday March 3 2020
Mancini: 'Italy play to win Nations League'

Roberto Mancini said Italy “always play to win” as they prepare for the Nations League against the Netherlands, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Poland.

The draw was made this evening and the Azzurri will be in League A, Group 1.

“Clearly, the teams were all quite strong. It’s a good group, although we can really only evaluate them after Euro 2020, as there could be a change of coach and players, so very different teams,” Mancini told Rai Sport.

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NEWS
Tuesday March 3 2020
Italy familiar with Nations League opponents

Italy will face the Netherlands in their first competitive match since Euro 2008, but Nations League opponents Bosnia-Herzegovina and Poland are more familiar.

The draw for the 2020-21 edition of the Nations League was made this evening in Amsterdam.

Roberto Mancini’s men were placed in League A, Group 1 with the Netherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Poland.

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Tuesday March 3 2020
Nations League: Italy with Holland, Bosnia, Poland

Italy will face the Netherlands, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Poland in the 2020-21 Nations League Group 1.

This is the second edition of the tournament and last year Roberto Mancini’s men finished second in their group behind eventual winners Portugal.

For that reason, the Nazionale were placed in Pot 2 of the draw, along with Belgium, France and Spain.

League A has been expanded this year from 12 to 16 countries, divided into four groups of four teams.

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Sunday November 17 2019
No serious injury for Pjanic

Juventus have received good news that midfielder Miralem Pjanic's injury isn't as serious as first believed.

Pjanic hobbled off during Bosnia-Herzegovina's 3-0 defeat to Roberto Mancini's Italy on Friday night with a muscle injury.

It was originally thought that Pjanic might be out for some time, however after being assessed at the J-Medical centre today, the club have confirmed that there is no muscle tear.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Mancini: 'No Euro 2020 experiments'

Roberto Mancini warned his Italy squad for Euro 2020 is practically decided and there's "no time for experiments," but Mario Balotelli “will return when he deserves it.”

The Azzurri set a new all-time record of 10 consecutive victories and maintained their perfect record in training with last night’s 3-0 win away to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

They can complete the set when hosting Armenia in Palermo on Monday evening.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Pjanic returns to Juve for tests

Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic has been released from international duty by Bosnia and Herzegovina due to injury.

He pulled up during last night’s 3-0 Italy victory in Zenica, suffering from a muscular problem in his right adductor.

The Bosnian Federation announced this afternoon that Pjanic would be released early, as he won’t be fit to play against Liechtenstein on Monday.

He will now undergo tests with his club in Turin to ascertain the extent of the damage.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Azzurri built around quality

Italy finally have an identity built around a group of quality midfielders, writes Emmet Gates, but concerns remain in defence.

Roberto Mancini made history. Following Italy’s fluid 3-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina at the Bilino Polje stadium in Zenica. This was Mancini’s 10th consecutive win with the Azzurri, surpassing the legendary Vittorio Pozzo’s record in the late 1930s. It was also a sixth consecutive away win, another first.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Donnarumma: 'Italy make Euro 2020 impact'

Gianluigi Donnarumma maintains Italy “can continue this run into Euro 2020 and have our say against any opponent.”

The Azzurri set a new all-time record with their 10th consecutive victory, the sixth in a row on their travels, with a 3-0 result at Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“We knew it wouldn’t be easy, but we did very well and put in a fine performance,” the Milan goalkeeper told Rai Sport.

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