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Two rounds of European World Cup qualifying matches will be played over six days starting from Thursday.Italy defend a 10-year unbeaten run in European championship and World Cup qualifying matches when they host Spain in Turin in Group G Thursday in the week's top match.The four-time world champions have clocked up 51 matches without defeat since losing 3-1 to France in a Euro 2008 qualifier under Roberto Donadoni in September 2006 .Coach Hans Backe remembered that, before Euro 2016, neither team had ever qualified for a major tournament.Twenty-three teams battling for World Cup debutFinland and Kosovo are among European teams who have never played at a World Cup.
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