England vs Italy Odds & Prediction

England vs Italy Odds & Prediction

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It’s England vs Italy on Saturday, June 11 in the UEFA Nations League
Italy beat Hungary 2-1 at home in midweek while England drew 1-1 in Germany
We preview the game, look at England vs Italy odds, and offer some picks below.

It is England vs Italy in Wolverhampton in round three of the 2022-23 UEFA Nations League on Saturday, June 11 at 2:45 pm ET. England is currently rooted at the foot of Group A3 with one point, while Italy tops the group on four points.

The game in Molineux will be played in front of just 3000 fans – mainly children – after UEFA charged England for failing to control their supporters before, during, and after last summer’s European Championship Final.

We preview England vs Italy and offer below some analysis and picks for this huge Nations League clash.

England vs Italy Odds


Odds as of June 10 at Caesars Sportsbook. 

The bookmakers believe England’s home advantage will be decisive and have listed them as odds-on favorites at -125, which has an implied win probability of 55.56%. Italy is surprisingly unfancied at +370 with an implied win probability of just 21.28%.

The draw also offers a decent return at +245 with an implied probability of 28.99%.

Over/Under and Spread

Caesars has pitched ‘over 2.5 goals’ in plus money at a decent +115, and under 2.5 at -145.

If you’re relatively new to betting on this sport and want to know about Asian Handicaps and Pointspreads then our page offers help on how to bet on this game and other summer internationals.

England vs Italy Prediction

While England may currently be bottom of Group A3, these games are being used by Gareth Southgate as part of his squad’s preparations for Qatar. In the World Cup odds, England is listed as the third favorite at +600.

In the here and now, Southgate’s men will be relieved to have a Nations League point on the board after Harry Kane grabbed a late equalizer in Munich to earn his team a barely deserved 1-1 draw against Germany.

24 players are out training at St. George’s Park, with @Kalvinphillips working [email protected] will join Gareth Southgate for our pre-match press conference at 2.30pm. pic.twitter.com/jQlnpNDNRj

— England (@England) June 10, 2022

In the first half, the Germans were in control with 19-year-old Jamal Musiala, in particular, a constant threat to a hesitant England back-four, but it still took the home side until five minutes into the second half to take the lead.

Grealish Makes the Difference in Munich

Hesitancy in the heart of the England defense allowed Jonas Hofmann to find space and send a deflected shot past Jordan Pickford and for long spells it looked a matter of time before the Germans made it 2-0. But that goal never came.

At the double!

? @tammyabraham pic.twitter.com/JNDNFmKCKZ

— England (@England) June 9, 2022

In the end, Gareth Southgate’s decision to bring on Jack Grealish and Jarrod Bowen proved decisive with both helping to make England more effective as an attacking force, and it was Grealish’s deflected pass that led to Kane being fouled en route to goal with just two minutes remaining for the crucial penalty.

England vs Italy Head-to-Head Stats

Nations League record
1 / 2
Goals for / Goals against
3 / 2
Current group position
Current FIFA world ranking
Form guide (all competitions)

Italy Sit Top of the Group

Despite fielding a very inexperienced team in their home tie with Hungary, Roberto Mancini’s men were quick out of the blocks in Cesena and 2-0 up by halftime, with goals from Barella and Pellegrini.

T-minus 2 days until #ENGITA ?#NationsLeague #Azzurri #VivoAzzurro pic.twitter.com/MpX78ndgKx

— Italy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@Azzurri_En) June 9, 2022

It all appeared comfortable for the Italians until Hungary – who beat England 1-0 last Saturday – pulled a goal back on 61 minutes via a Mancini own goal. Despite a nervous closing half-hour, the Italians held on for the win that took them to the top of the group.

Narrow Win Over Hungary

The Italians’ win over Hungary came just four days after a 1-1 home draw with Germany that saw an equally inexperienced Italian team take a 70th-minute lead through Pellegrini before conceding an equalizer just three minutes later.

The new kids on the block ??#Azzurri #VivoAzzurro pic.twitter.com/dvfV7XADo3

— Italy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@Azzurri_En) June 8, 2022

For Mancini’s men, this is a period of rebuilding after the European champions missed out on making it to Qatar 2022 – losing 1-0 to North Macedonia in a playoff.

England vs Italy Team Lineups and Injuries

England Projected Lineup: Pickford, Alexander-Arnold, Maguire, Stones, Trippier, Grealish, Bellingham, Rice, Bowen, Mount, Kane.

England Injuries: Chilwell, Shaw, Foden, Phillips.

Italy Projected Lineup: Donnarumma, Florenzi, Acerbi, Bastoni, Biraghi, Frattesi, Cristante, Tonati, Politano, Scamacca, Pellegrini

Italy Injuries: Kean, Sirigu, Jorginho.

2022 World Cup Draw – Opening Odds to Win Every Group

England vs Italy Pick

Given how even I expect this game to be, there is little value in betting on the home win. England’s struggles in both Budapest and Munich revealed a team in need of a rest after a long season, and this is set up for an Italian win.

At approaching 4/1 for the away win, the value here is undoubtedly with an Italian victory in Wolverhampton.

Pick: Italy to win (+370) / Italy to win 2-1 (+1400)

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Gary Gowers

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Once just a sports fanatic, fan-turned-writer Gary Gowers has been featured on European television and radio networks to discuss several professional football clubs. His work can be found in an assortment of publications like The Metro, MyFootballWriter.com, and BBC Radio Norfolk.


Once just a sports fanatic, fan-turned-writer Gary Gowers has been featured on European television and radio networks to discuss several professional football clubs. His work can be found in an assortment of publications like The Metro, MyFootballWriter.com, and BBC Radio Norfolk.

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