Italy will face another tough test at Euro 2020 this Tuesday evening as they take on an ever-improving Spain side in the first of this summer’s two semi-finals at Wembley.
Having overcome Austria and Belgium in the knockout rounds so far - needing extra time to overcome Austria before stepping up to another level against Belgium. Spain, meanwhile, needed penalties to beat Switzerland and extra time to get past Croatia.
Here are five things that could decide Tuesday's semi-final.
From Juventus’ training ground to Wembley
Alvaro Morata has had a lot of unjust criticism of his performances for Spain of late, even before the European Championship got underway. With confidence a huge factor in his game, it hasn’t done him much good.
It likely won’t help, then, that he’ll come up against two of the defenders that know him better than any others in Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci. The pair have dominated almost every forward they’ve met when they’ve played together this summer, and not even Romelu Lukaku was able to score from open play against them. Morata will have his work cut out if he is the get the better of his Juventus teammates.