After missing out on the World Cup this summer, Roberto Mancini’s charges have recorded steady progress winning once, drawing once and losing once - against world champions France.
Jerzy Brzeczek’s side had an unimpressive outing in the quadrennial tournament in Russia, having failed to make it past the group stage. The Poles are underdogs at the price of (5.00) .
A no winner, no vanquished state at the end of 90 minutes is quoted by bookies at a juicy (3.35) .
Brzeczek’s men notched 28 goals and shipped in 14 across the last World Cup qualifying fixtures, netting on 13 occasions in five away matches. Considering that form, the Italian attackers will look to find the back of the net, thus, making both teams scoring a rewarding bet at odds of (2.15) with BetKing .