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Roberto Mancini’s Italy will be looking to keep their stunning form going as they face Austria in the last 16 of Euro 2020.
Italy have been hugely impressive so far this summer, winning their three Group A games without conceding.
The Azzurri have struggled at the highest level in recent years but look capable of going all the way in this tournament under Mancini.
Austria, meanwhile, beat Ukraine in their final Group C game to set up their last 16 clash with Italy at Wembley.
The winner of this tie will face either Belgium or Portugal in the quarter-finals.
Italy v Austria: How to listen
This last 16 tie will take place at 8pm on Saturday, June 26.
Full coverage from Wembley Stadium will be live on talkSPORT, with our pre-match build-up starting at 7pm.
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Euro 2020 fixtures
Here’s who plays who in the last 16…
Wales vs Denmark (5pm, Saturday June 26, Amsterdam)
Italy vs Austria (8pm, Saturday June 26, London)
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (5pm, Sunday June 27, Budapest)
Belgium vs Portugal (8pm, Sunday June 27, Seville)
Croatia vs Spain (5pm, Monday June 28, Copenhagen)
France vs Switzerland (8pm, Monday June 28, Bucharest)
England vs Germany (5pm, Tuesday June 29, London)
Sweden vs Ukraine (8pm, Tuesday June 29, Glasgow)
Italy v Austria: Squads
Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Donnarumma (Milan), Alex Meret (Napoli), Salvatore Sirigu (Torino)
Defenders: Francesco Acerbi (Lazio), Alessandro Bastoni (Inter), Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Napoli), Emerson (Chelsea), Alessandro Florenzi (Paris), Leonardo Spinazzola (Roma), Rafael Tolói (Atalanta)
Midfielders: Nicolò Barella (Inter), Federico Bernardeschi (Juventus), Federico Chiesa (Juventus), Bryan Cristante (Roma), Jorginho (Chelsea), Manuel Locatelli (Sassuolo), Matteo Pessina (Atalanta), Marco Verratti (Paris), Gaetano Castrovilli (Fiorentina)
Forwards: Andrea Belotti (Torino), Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo), Ciro Immobile (Lazio), Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli), Giacomo Raspadori (Sassuolo)
Goalkeepers: Daniel Bachmann (Watford), Pavao Pervan (Wolfsburg), Alexander Schlager (LASK)
Defenders: David Alaba (Bayern), Aleksandar Dragović (Leverkusen), Marco Friedl (Werder Bremen), Martin Hinteregger (Frankfurt), Stefan Lainer (Mönchengladbach), Philipp Lienhart (Freiburg), Stefan Posch (Hoffenheim), Andreas Ulmer (Salzburg)
Midfielders: Julian Baumgartlinger (Leverkusen), Christoph Baumgartner (Hoffenheim), Florian Grillitsch (Hoffenheim), Stefan Ilsanker (Frankfurt), Konrad Laimer (Leipzig), Valentino Lazaro (Internazionale), Karim Onisiwo (Mainz), Marcel Sabitzer (Leipzig), Louis Schaub (Luzern), Xaver Schlager (Wolfsburg), Alessandro Schöpf (Schalke), Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin)
Forwards: Marko Arnautović (Shanghai Port), Michael Gregoritsch (Augsburg), Sasa Kalajdzic (Stuttgart)
Italy v Austria: What has been said?
Roberto Mancini insists winning trophies is more important than achieving records as Italy look to keep their fine form going.
The Azzurri are unbeaten in 30 matches, matching their record set under two-time World Cup winning coach Vittorio Pozzo between 1935 and 1939.
Mancini said: “It’s nice to have equalled a legend like Pozzo. But he has more important trophies than the 30 games.
“In the European Championship there’s France, Portugal and Belgium – one of those are world champions, another are European champions and the other are the number one ranked side in the world.
“These are teams who have been built over a number of years and it’s only natural they are further along than us but everything can happen in football, you shouldn’t take anything for granted.
“Every match is difficult, you always have to go out there and play. I’ve been fortunate in that I have had some very good players who like playing the game, they enjoy being out there and like taking risks.
“The players are the ones who deserve the credit. I try to explain my thought process and there is still a long way to go.”