Portugal can secure top spot in Group A3 with a draw in Milan on Saturday evening.
This is Italy’s last match in the group, and with four points from three games, the Azzurri need a win to stand any chance of overtaking their opponents.
Portugal are without Cristiano Ronaldo once again, but maximum points from their opening two games means a point will be enough to reach the semi-finals.
What time does it start?
Italy vs Portugal kicks off at 7:45pm (GMT) on Saturday 17th November.
Where can I watch it?
Italy vs Portugal will be shown live on Sky Sports Football from 7:40pm (GMT). Subscribers can stream the game online via the SkyGo app.
Highlights will be on Sky Sports Football at 11:30am (GMT) on Sunday 18th November.
Player to watch…
Gianluigi Donnarumma: The AC Milan goalkeeper is likely to start on Saturday night, at his home stadium. The 19-year-old has 10 national team appearances to his name, but only three clean sheets in those games and is the long-term replacement after Gianluigi Buffon retired from international football last year. He’ll be looking to keep out a ‘Silva’ Portuguese attacking trio likely to be made up of Bernardo Silva, Andre Silva and Rafa Silva.
Italy to win: 6/5
Portugal to win: 5/2
(Odds provided by 888 Sport)
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