In four games, GB have shown roster versatility with Jess Hurd, Renee Busch, Olufemi Hamilton and Francesca Whitby rotating lead scoring duties.
Another positive for Coach Griffioen's GB side is the work that is being done on the boards, with Great Britain outrebounding opponents 168-133, holding teams to an average of 33.2 rebounds a game while grabbing 42 themselves. Their dominance was never more evident than during the Latvia fixture where they recorded 21 more rebounds than their Latvian opponents.
Italy, meanwhile, may consider themselves unfortunate to be fighting for their Division A status having impressed in their original Group B match-ups, only to come up short in each game. Their first half display against Portugal was the very best of Italian Under-20 women's basketball as they raced out to a 15 point lead heading into the second half.
And although Portugal managed to close that gap to just six points in the fourth quarter, an important three pointer from Pertile sealed the deal for Italy, who were able to hold their lead and win 57-48.
A win for Great Britain today will be a timely boost for the team, giving them real hope that they can finish top in Group G.
Tip-off in Debrecen is 3:00pm (UK time).