Benfica to win is 1/4.
Benfica to win and both teams to score NO is 3/4.
Benfica are two-times champions of Europe, featuring in seven European Cup Finals, but once again need to win two qualifiers just to reach the group phase.
Having finished third in the Primeira Liga for a second successive season, the Eagles’ season begins in Champions League qualifying once again.
12 months ago, they overcame Spartak Moscow and PSV, before wins over Barcelona and Ajax took them all the way to the quarter-finals.
Now led by Roger Schmidt, Benfica would love something similar, first and foremost targeting an 18th Champions League group stage appearance.
Will the Portuguese giants establish a first leg lead at Estádio da Luz?
Midtjylland meantime entered in the previous round and, after both legs finished 1-1, needed a penalty shootout against AEK Larnaca.
The Danish side scored four of their five spot-kicks in Cyprus, but Elías Rafn Ólafsson was the hero, making the decisive save.
So, the Wolves are guaranteed a fourth UEFA group stage appearance, after the Champions League in 2020 and the Europa League in 2015 and last season.
Since that success, manager Bo Henriksen has been sacked after falling out with the players; far from ideal.
Thus, this makes a home win in Lisbon even more likely than it otherwise would be.