Serie A: What Italy's Representatives in European Competition Must Do to Advance

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Serie A: What Italy's Representatives in European Competition Must Do to Advance
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Arturo Vidal and Luka Modric battle for the ball in Wednesday's game at the Bernabeu.

European competitions are now halfway though their group stages, and Italian representation has been largely hit-or-miss.

With Portugal and France narrowly behind Italy in UEFA Coefficient rankings, the Italians will risk dropping further down the pecking order in Europe—and farther from that all-important top-three position—if their five European representatives don't go through to the knockout rounds of their respective competitions.

Here, then, is exactly what each team needs to do to get through to the knockout draws in the Champions League and Europa League.

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