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The current England and Italy teams share so many of the same characteristics that it is no wonder experts are expecting a tight encounter in their Euro 2012 quarter-final on Sunday.
Solid defence, a talismanic midfielder and a potentially match-winning striker are just three aspects which both sides will aim to rely on as they target a semi-final against Germany next Thursday.
Indeed, it could be argued that the England team has a largely Milanese flavour to it given that former Inter boss Roy Hodgson is now in charge after he replaced former AC Milan manager Fabio Capello in the build-up to the European Championship.
And with Italian managers queuing up to recognise England's Italian attributes - Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini called Hodgson "an English Italian" - there are fears the two teams could cancel each other out.
Yet for all of England's functionality in defence, they have been one of the most effective teams in attack, with only Portugal quicker to turn limited possession into goals. Much of that has been down to skipper Steven Gerrard, who has set up three of England's five goals.
Former England striker Alan Shearer said: "His range of passing and crossing has been sensational. The ball he put in for Andy Carroll's header against Sweden was just an incredible cross and there's probably only him in the England team that can do that."
For Cesare Prandelli's Azzurri, the counter threat is deep-lying midfielder Andrea Pirlo, who has had a hand in three goals too.
His ability to dictate the tempo of Italy's play will have a large bearing on whether they are patient or choose to counter attack as they did in scoring in the 1-1 draw with Spain in their opening game.
The Italian team has already shown they are more comfortable in possession than England despite three of their four goals coming from set-pieces.
And the 33-year-old Juventus player is helped by Prandelli's unorthodox 3-5-2 system, with wing-backs Christian Maggio (2) and Emanuele Giaccherini (13) able to spring from defence in support, as fell