Monday 18th November, 2019 – 19:45 (UK)
Strategies and Team News
UEFA Euro Qualifiers: Italy VS Armenia
In spite of the record that is hanging in the balance, it won’t astonish to see Mancini ringing in the progressions to the side that won 3-0 against Bosnia.
Salvatore Sirigu could supplant Gianluigi Donnarumma in objective in front of Pierluigi Gollini. In resistance, veteran Leonardo Bonucci may clear a path for Alessio Romagnoli, who could be managed the errand of driving the Italian protection. The AC Milan star is probably going to be collaborated by Francesco Acerbi at the core of the four-man backline.
FLORENCE, ITALY – NOVEMBER 14: Alessio Romagnoli of Italy looks on before instructional course at Centro Tecnico Federale di Coverciano on November 14, 2018 in Florence, Italy. (Photograph by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
Romagnoli is relied upon to come back to the overlay. (Photograph by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
Somewhere else, Alessandro Florenzi could be given a breather. He could clear a path for Napoli’s Giovani Di Lorenzo, who is tipped to gain his second top for Italy. He will highlight at right-back, with Cristiano Biraghi beginning the contrary flank, supplanting Emerson.
In midfield, Jorginho could be the main player to hold his job in the side. Gaetano Castrovilli made his universal presentation when he showed up as a substitute against Bosnia in the last game. He is tipped to win his first start for his nation and could be collaborat by Nicolo Zaniolo in the recreation center.
Lastly, in the assault, Mancini could review Ciro Immobile after he was sidelined in the last game. The ex-Borussia Dortmund forward is relied upon to lead the Italian assault, and will be upheld by the wide assaulting team of Federico Chiesa and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Plausible Lineup (4-3-3): Sirigu; Di Lorenzo, Romagnoli, Acerbi, Biraghi; Castrovilli, Jorginho, Zaniolo; Chiesa, Immobile, El Shaarawy
With the third-place available for anyone, Khashmanyan is required to send his most grounded conceivable eleven as he hopes to produce an unexpected triumph against the Italians. He will, nonetheless, be passing up the administrations of headliner Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The AS Roma playmaker is as of now nursing damage.
Armenia’s midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan looks on during the FIFA World Cup 2018 capability football coordinate among Armenia and Poland in Yerevan on October 5, 2017. /AFP PHOTO/Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV (Photo credit should peruse KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images)
Mkhitaryan’s nonappearance will by and by fill in as a tremendous blow for Armenia. (Photograph by Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty Images)
Khashmanyan is probably going to hold his 5-4-1 development, which will offer him a numerical bit of leeway in midfield. It will likewise assist his with joining to keep better hold of the ball during assaulting stages. Aleksandr Karapetyan is relied upon to go about as the solitary forward forthright.
The Sochi forward must utilize the constrained possibilities he will get against a solid Italian barrier that has yielded just three objectives from nine matches. He will be upheld by the wide-assaulting pair of Tigran Barghsegyan and Erik Vardanyan.
In protection, Armenia are required to work in profound squares and destroy Italy with their inflexible shape and tight stamping. It will enthusiasm to perceive how any semblance of Andre Calisir and Hayk Ishakhanyan charge in this experience.
Anticipated Lineup (5-4-1): Hayrapetyan; Hambardzumyan, Calisir, Ishakhanyan, Voskanyan, Hovhannisyan; Barghsegyan, Hovsepyan, Grigoryan, Vardanyan; Karapetyan
The last time these two met, which was likewise the turn around apparatus of this game, the Italians won away from home, 1-3.
Italy and Armenia have conflicted on three events before. The two groups found the back of the net in every one of the experiences.
Armenia has yielded twice or more in the entirety of their apparatuses against the Azzurri.
Italy is yet to record a success against Armenia at home. The last time these two met with Armenia playing the visitors, the match finished 2-2.
Italy have figured out how to keep a perfect sheet in every one of their last three UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying apparatuses.
Italy 2-0 Armenia
Armenia have dearly missed the presence of Mkhitaryan in the final third, which was evident in their performance against Greece. And on Monday, they could find it even more difficult to breach a solid Italian defence. Hence, we expect the visitors to slump to a 2-0 defeat in this one.