Italy’s dangermen: Five players who could trouble England in the Euro 2020 final

As England enter their first international final in over 50 years, Southgate will want to keep these five players quiet on Sunday night if he is to recreate the success of 1966.

After England's dramatic extra-time win against Denmark in the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate's side progressed to the final where they now face Italy at Wembley.

Mikkel Damsgaard's superb free-kick was the first goal conceded by the Three Lions this tournament, and with Italy's star-studded attack up next, Jordan Pickford will have his work cut out again.

Italy's 12 goals place them second in the scoring charts behind only Spain (13), and they've also made 108 attempts on goal throughout Euro 2020, almost double England's 58.

With the home advantage, England are slight favourites for the clash at 17/10, whereas Italy can be backed to win the tournament at 2/1.

(All of the odds provided were correct at the time of publication).

Ahead of England's toughest test this summer, Planet Sport looks at which of Roberto Mancini's men could be a thorn in Gareth Southgate's side.

Lorenzo Insigne

After his opening day strike against Turkey and winning goal against Belgium in the round of 16, Insigne's two goals place him as Italy's joint-top scorer this summer.

Starting in all of Italy's games bar the dead rubber tie against Wales, Insigne has been a consistent threat cutting in from the left wing.

With 19 goals in 35 appearances for Napoli this season, Insigne has had no trouble in carrying over his club form to the Euros this summer.

As a pivotal part of Italy's attack, you can back Insigne at 15/4 to score at anytime against England in the final.

But as well as chipping in with goals, Insigne has often been a creative spark for Mancini's side, and despite not yet registering an assist, he has the highest expected assists out of the entire Italy side (1.2).

Federico Chiesa

Following his spectacular opener against Spain in the semi-finals, Chiesa is likely to retain his starting spot against England.

Chiesa's curling effort in the second half was his second of the tournament after netting in extra time in the round-of-16 clash against Austria.

His two efforts draw him level with four other Italy players as their top scorer, but Chiesa has managed it after starting in just three of Italy's six games.

Having opened the scoring against both Spain and Austria, you can back Chiesa at 9/1 to score first against England on Sunday night.

Ciro Immobile

Italy's out-and-out striker has enjoyed a successful tournament and is sure to keep Harry Maguire and John Stones on their toes at Wembley.

With two goals and an assist to his name over five matches, Immobile has been Italy's most productive forward, and will certainly be a threat to the Three Lions defence.

Immobile showed his scoring instincts in Italy's opener against Turkey, pouncing on a rebound from close range to double his side's lead.

The Lazio striker doubled his own tally in spectacular style against Switzerland, turning and striking a low shot from outside the box that left Yann Sommer hopeless.

Immobile can be backed at 5/2 to score anytime against England, or at 18/1 to score a brace against the Three Lions.

Manuel Locatelli

Despite making just two starts for Italy this summer, Locatelli has been favoured by Mancini to make an impact from the bench.

In their group stage match against Switzerland, Locatelli opened the scoring from close distance after a late, lung-busting run into the box.

He added to his tally in the second half with a low-driven strike from outside the box.

After his versatile display of finishing against Switzerland, Locatelli to score anytime against England is valued at 9/1 on Planet Sport Bet.

Giorgio Chiellini

Italy's passionate captain will be eager to get on the scoresheet and avenge his 2012 Euro final loss to Spain on Sunday night.

The stalwart centre-back is yet to score this summer since his opener against Switzerland was chalked off for a hand ball in the lead up. He has continued to be a constant aerial threat for the Azzurri though.

It has so often been the case that set-pieces have proved to be the difference in finals, and with Leonardo Bonucci alongside Chiellini, England will have to be wary of Italy's dead-ball threat.

Chiellini can be backed at 20/1 to score anytime against England on Sunday night, and Italy to keep a clean sheet is also great value at 6/4.