Italy can secure qualification for Qatar 2022 if they match Switzerland’s result when they face Northern Ireland at Windsor Park on Monday evening (19:45 UK time).
Roberto Mancini’s men were held to a 1-1 draw by the Swiss last time out but still lead Group C due to boasting a superior goal-difference. As for Northern Ireland their wait to play at Fifa’s showpiece event goes on with 1986 being the nation’s most recent appearance.
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Where to watch Northern Ireland vs Italy on TV:
- UK: Sky Sports Premier League
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Northern Ireland vs Italy previous line-ups:
- Northern Ireland (vs Lithuania): Peacock-Farrell; McNair, Cathcart, Evans; Dallas, Davis, McCann, Saville, Ferguson; Magennis, Washington.
- Italy (vs Switzerland): Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Acerbi, Emerson; Jorginho, Locatelli, Barella; Chiesa, Belotti, Insigne.
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Player to watch: Lorenzo Insigne (Italy)
Napoli born and bred Lorenzo Insigne could soon be ending his chapter with the club if reports turn out to be accurate. The 30-year-old has been linked with MLS outfit Toronto FC with Inter Milan also keeping tabs on him. So far this season Insigne has been somewhat productive for the Neapolitan side having registered four goals across 11 league outings. After playing a pivotal role in Italy winning Euro 2020 this summer he’s not been able to find the net since. Heading into this Belfast showdown, Insigne earned five caps since the win over England at Wembley, with one assist — coming against Switzerland last time out — to show for it. In fact the Italian forward has yet to score in their WCQ campaign but last time out against Northern Ireland he did create for Ciro Immobile to double the Azzurri‘s lead as they ran out 2-0 winners
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