The game is a crucial one for Japan, who lost their opener to Brazil, whilst Italy defeated Mexico.
“Japan will have the slight edge, I think, because they have an extra day of rest,” Prandelli told FIFA.com
“Plus, Alberto knows us very well, he knows how we work. I expect him to prepare a trap for us.
“From tonight, we will begin planning for the Japan game. I trust that he will come up with an interesting strategy against us.”
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