It has been another thrilling season for Italy and Portugal, who are looking to take their place in the group stages of the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying competition in France.
The Italians are in the same group as reigning champions Germany, who beat them in their opening game on Sunday, and will be joined by the hosts, who lost to Portugal in their final group game in Lyon.
This will be the first time Italy has faced Portugal since Italy lost to France at Euro 2008.
Portugal have a great chance of progressing from their group, as they beat them 2-0 in their first match, a 3-2 win in the last-16 of the 2012 World Cup.
Italy are still searching for their first win in qualifying, as the hosts are one of the teams in the worst form of their qualifying campaign.
They are without key man Mario Balotelli for the whole tournament, while Mario Gomez is still nursing a calf injury.
Despite that, Italy are confident in their squad and they have had a fantastic start to the campaign, scoring six goals in the first three matches.
The Portuguese side have also shown great potential in their last two matches, with goals from Diego Costa and Mauro Icardi helping them to a 2-1 win against Greece and a 2