It’s all change for Italy against Liechtenstein in a potentially historic match, as Giovanni Di Lorenzo should make his debut, with Andrea Belotti and Nicolò Zaniolo stepping in.
It kicks off in Vaduz at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), although the Azzurri have already qualified for Euro 2020.
They are also guaranteed top spot in Group J thanks to seven wins out of seven.
Coach Roberto Mancini has won his last eight matches, so a ninth would equal the all-time Nazionale record set by Vittorio Pozzo in 1938-39.
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