Italy enter into the UEFA Nations League hoping to get back to the glory days, but under the regime of Roberto Mancini. The former Manchester City and Inter Milan manager has taken over the national team reins for the first time in his career. Mancini has been able to enjoy success at various stages of club football, but it remains to be seen if he will be able to lead the four-time world champions to success at the UEFA Nations League. They are up against a Poland outfit that will be under the regime of Jerzy Brzeczek for the first time in a competitive match.
Poland will be looking to take advantage of Italy looking quite shaky at the back. The Polish national team has a strong offence that has come up with 28 goals in the recent 14 matches during the qualification campaign. Especially during the away matches, Poland were able to get 13 goals in just five trips. Due to Italy’s poor defensive form, this match can be gone with both teams to score.