Last week, Italy named their provisional squad for Euro 2016.
The most notable thing about the 30-man squad for Ireland's group opponents - apart from the absence of Andrea Pirlo and Sebastian Giovinco - was the lack of goals.
Midfielder Daniele De Rossi is top scorer in the squad with 17. He's followed by Giorgio Chiellini - a centre-back.
On Sunday night, Italy played Scotland, winning 1-0.
Antonio Conte will undoubtedly be happy to see one of his strikers get the winner. 57 minutes into the game, Graziano Pelle hit a sweet strike from the edge of the box past David Marshall.
Il gol di #Pellè ⚽
Gli #highlights di #ItaliaScozia-> https://t.co/vKKZrGAwq4#Italia @GPelle19 #ITASCO pic.twitter.com/J2pNNbc3yX
— Nazionale Italiana (@Vivo_Azzurro) May 30, 2016
Here's another look.
Graziano Pellé da a Italia una victoria merecida ante Escocia con este tanto. pic.twitter.com/XSy5BCZxp6
— Soccer Warriors (@SoccerWarriors_) May 30, 2016