In what has to be the most anticipated fixture of the year, Italy face France in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The match will be played in a place that is close to Rome, which will be an advantage for Italy.
It will be the first time in 30 years that Italy has faced France in Rome.
The Italian national team, led by Gianluigi Buffon, has been dominant so far in the tournament and is unbeaten in the group stage, which began on July 4.
But the French team has won two games so far, including in a 1-1 draw at the Stade de France.
France has the best goal difference between the teams at the moment, but they’ve only won once in the knockout stages, which start on Aug. 8.
It has a better goal difference against Italy than against the rest of the group, as they’re also playing in a position that is closer to the stadium.
It should be a good match, but there is still a lot to be said for watching Italy play a tough opponent that has won three of the last four international matches against Italy.
The big story will be whether or not Juventus will be able to find a way to win on penalties.
That was a key factor in their loss to Argentina last week.
They were able to get a 1.1-1 penalty shootout in Buenos Aires that resulted in a penalty shootout win for the hosts.
It’s also possible that Buffon’s side will get the better of the shootout and force a late winner.
It was a tough match for Italy, but the team has been solid in this tournament and has scored a lot of goals.
It might be enough for the Italians to win.