Fenerbahçe to win is 17/20.
Fenerbahçe to win and both teams to score NO is 19/10.
After a goalless first leg at Stadion Miejski ŁKS, it’s all to play for in İstanbul.
A week ago, Dynamo Kyiv were in competitive action for the first time since 12 December due to the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Given this, Mircea Lucescu’s side equated themselves well, battling to a goalless draw in Łódź.
Now, can the Blue and Whites pull off an unlikely victory on the road?
Dynamo Kyiv are very much regulars in Europe, featuring in 19 Champions League and seven Europa League group phases to date.
They last failed to qualify for either in 2005, so will be looking to extend that streak in the face of extremely difficult circumstances.
Fenerbahçe similarly have qualified for five Champions League and seven Europa League group stages this century.
So, having drawn on the road, Jorge Jesus’ team are certainly favourites to get through now.
Will the home fans be celebrating at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium?
The prize on offer for the winners is a Champions League third qualifying round date with Sturm Graz.
The consolation prize are Czech Cup winners Slovácko in the Europa League third qualifying round.