Italy will be looking to maintain their chances of qualifying for the European Championships in 2016 with victory over Bulgaria away from home this evening.
The Azzurri will head into the Group H qualifier tonight placed second in the standings with 10 points from four matches.
Antonio Conte’s side are level on 10 points with leaders Croatia and second only due to an inferior goal difference.
Meanwhile, hosts Bulgaria will head into the encounter at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia placed fourth in Group H with four points from as many games.
Ivaylo Petev’s side have scored just four goals and conceded five, while Italy have found the target six times and have shipped in only two goals.
It promises to be an exciting Euro 2016 qualifier at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia, and this is how Bulgaria and Italy will line up, including Simone Zaza, who is reported by The Mirror to be on the radar of Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur:
Bulgaria XI: Mihaylov; Manolev, Bodurov, A Aleksandrov, Minev; Dyakov, Gadzhev; Milanov, Popov, M. Alexandrov; Micanski
Italy XI: Sirigu; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; Darmian, Candreva, Verratti, Bertolacci, Antonelli; Zaza, Immobile