Italy will play eight games in the remaining months of 2020, with six Nations League fixtures and two friendlies.
The FIGC released the Azzurri’s revised calendar this morning, with changes enforced by the global coronavirus crisis.
They play post-pandemic for the first time on September 4, opening their Nations League campaign against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Seven more games will be played over three international breaks, the latter two kicked off by friendlies against Moldova and Estonia, before Italy round off the year with a trip to Bosnia.
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