Playing at home is an opportunity for Italy to win all 3 points on the opening day of the Euro 2020 finals. In theory, the Azzurri is the brightest candidate for the top spot in Group A including Turkey and Switzerland. and Wales. However, in fact, this is an unpredictable table with Roberto Mancini's teachers and students. Switzerland and Wales have made it past the group stage at Euro 2016 while Turkey has always been a very unpredictable unknown. In addition, the current Italian collective is not overestimated when it has not been verified at the big playground because Italy was absent from the 2018 World Cup finals. In the Italian team, only Bonucci, Chiellini, Belotti and Immobile are the bridge player who participated in Euro 2016. Obviously, despite the great advantages, Roberto Macini's teachers and students still need to be cautious.