Italy: Pigliacelli; Barba, Liviero, Rubin,
Zampano; Busellato (Fiamozzi 63'), De Silvestro (Politano 56'), Improta;
Schiavone, Verre, Belotti (Beltrame 66'). 4-3-3.
Spain: Kepa; Jonathan Castro, Ramalho (Campaña 60'), Derik, Grimaldo; Saúl, Oliver Torres (Nono 70'); Suso, Denis Suárez (Paco Alcacer 46'), Juanmi; Jesé. 4-2-3-1.
Goals: 1-0. 10. Improta; 1-1. 71. Campaña; 1-2. 83'. Jesé.
Spain are already sure of a place in next July's finals after coming from behind to beat Italy in their second group match. Suso brought a good save out of Pigliacelli early on, but with ten minutes on the clock Ramalho was unable to control a long ball out of defence, and Improta took advantage to lob a shot over the head of Kepa. In typical "catenaccio" Italian style, the hosts sat back to defend, and shortly before half time De Silvestro almost caught out Kepa on a rare attack. With twenty minutes to go however Campaña equalised with an impressive free kick, and twelve minutes later Jesé got the winner with a shot from the edge of the area in to the top corner of the net. With their last rivals Belgium having only picked up one point to date, Spain will be in Estonia whatever the result.