Analysis on some of the options Uruguay can choose from within their ranks as they face Italy on Tuesday. Uruguay have so far made a disappointing start to their World Cup campaign in Brazil. They were second best in every department against Costa Rica lacking ideas and penetration. The ageing midfield did not provide the spark needed to break a resolute Costa Rica defence while they themselves conceded three sloppy goals. A Luis Suarez brace did bring them their first three points but progression from Group D is far from a settled issue. Uruguay know they must get a result in their last group game against Italy and they can call upon a few players from their squad who have (or had) an experience of playing their club football in Italy. The Azzurri squad is more or less based on Serie A clubs hence the the experience of these players might prove invaluable for Uruguay as they look to get […]