Italy will look to seal a place in the Top 2 of Group G when they host Macedonia at Stadio Olimpico di Torino on Friday
Italy will look to heap the pressure on Group G leaders Spain when they host Liechtenstein in a qualifying encounter at Stadio Fruili on Sunday. Italy will look to kickstart the second half of their World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign with a bang, when they play hosts to minnows Liechtenstein at Stadio Fruili on Sunday. A win for Giampiero Ventura’s side will see them get one step closer to booking a date in Russia for next year’s World Cup. Both sides come into this match on the back of a contrasting run of results. While Italy is undefeated since their ouster from Euro 2016 (W7 D2), Liechtenstein have lost all but one of their last six games, with the other result being a draw. The reverse fixture between the two sides earlier in the World Cup qualifying saw Italy run riot at the Rheinpark Stadion, with a thumping 4-0 win over Liechtenstein. Ahead of their second meeting on Sunday, The […]
Torino coach Giampiero Ventura confirms Matteo Darmian's move to Manchester United.