Italy will be looking to build on their recent successes as they rebuild following years of underachievement. They are currently in cruise control in the group after winning their first three games scoring 11 times and conceding no goals.
If they win this game, they will start to become invisible to other group members and we honestly see that happening here given the amount of attacking talents this Italian side has.
Fabio Quagliarella who is already 36 years old was the top scorer in Serie A last season and remains the definition of a Golden Oldie. Italy also have the likes Moise Kean and Ciro Immobile to fall back on which isn’t a bad thing.
Bosnia haven’t been in their best run of form recentlly as they have secured just one win in their last five games. Their fans would feel this game is set to be yet another loss however they have tried to make it hard for opponents to score as Spain could only beat them 1-0.
Bosnia have already collected 4 points from their qualifying matches so they could still make the Euros but they can’t rely on this game to qualify.
Bookmakers have priced Italy up as strong odds-on favourites to come out on top in this game while Bosnia have a mountain to climb according to oddsmakers.
Goal markets point to a low-scoring game as under 2.5 goals is currently trading odds-on while Fabio Quagliarella is clear favourite to score the opening goal of the game.