Marco Verratti could make his long-awaited return to the Italy national side when Roberto Mancini's men face Wales in their final Group A game of the European Championship.
Verratti, 28, has missed the opening two games through injury, but Mancini is likely to give him some minutes to build his fitness up.
With their place in the knockout stages already confirmed, Mancini might use this opportunity to rotate his squad.
One place he won't rotate is in between the sticks, and Gianluigi Donnarumma will once more start the game.
Alessandro Florenzi started the opening game but missed the Switzerland clash, and with Giovanni Di Lorenzo impressing against the Swiss, he will most likely start again.
Giorgio Chiellini went off injured in midweek. His replacement was Francesco Acerbi, so expect him to partner Leonardo Bonucci at the back, despite the presence of Alessandro Bastoni.
Emerson may start at left-back to give Leonardo Spinazzola a rest.
Manuel Locatelli may be rested to allow Verratti to play, with Lorenzo Insigne and Ciro Immobile also dropping to the bench. Federico Chiesa and Andrea Belotti will come in.