Greece vs Italy EURO 2020 predictions, betting tips, correct score, and preview here. Azzurri backed to snatch the points in a narrow contest in Athens.
National team Greece have denied Italy in three of their last five head-to-head clashes.
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Italy have, on the other hand, finally retained consistency with four wins and a draw in their last five outings and they travel to Athens with six points to their name after smooth sailing against both Finland and Liechtenstein.
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Greece vs Italy: Head-to-head
Greece have denied Italy in three of their last five head-to-head clashes.However, Ethniki last beat the Italians back in 1972, when the sides met for a friendly clash.
We’ve seen two or fewer goals in five of the last six occasions, with the last meeting back in 2008.
Italy secured the points against Finland (2-0) and Liechtenstein (6-0) in their first two outings.The sides met just once in the last 33 years sharing the spoils in a 1-1 friendly draw back in 2008
Greece vs Italy Match Preview
Greece have started the EURO 2020 Qualifiers campaign well and they now host Italy hoping to build on it, looking to build on their four-point tally and the top 2 spot – with Bosnia-Herzegovina breathing down their necks in what shapes a thriller chase.
Ethniki have beaten Liechtenstein (0-2) with goals from Fortounis and Donis and built on the success in a thriller 2-2 draw in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where they conceded two early goals but pulled it back as Fortounis converted a 64’ penalty and Kolovos completed the comeback very late on.
However, beating in-form Italy should prove much more of a task as the visitors come with six points to their name, where they beat Finland (2-0) and Liechtenstein (6-0) with eight goals and clean sheets along the way. They will now want to build on the performance and we do see them doing so.
Azzurri have thus regained their fine consistency and they’ve bagged four wins in five outings across competitions, with just a goalless draw against Portugal also on the records. They’ve been rock-solid at the back under Roberto Mancini and we expect a similar display now.