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Croatia and Italy will lock horns behind closed doors in a Euro 2016 qualifier Friday after the Balkan nation were given a crowd ban following repeated offenses by their fans.The match in the San Siro stadium was twice halted after visiting Croatia fans hurled flares on to the pitch.Italy coach Antonio Conte faces a selection headache as goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and midfielder Marco Verratti are doubtful.Croatia top the group with 13 points from five games, followed by Italy on 11 .
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