Under 2.5 goals is 4/6.
Qarabağ to win is 23/20.
Qarabağ to win and both teams to score NO is 13/5.
Who’s Champions League dreams will remain on track following this clash at Tofiq Bahramov Republican Stadium?
Already this season, Qarabağ have come through two very tough ties, first ousting Lech Poznań.
They lost 1-0 in Poland and then fell behind in the first minute at home, before fighting back to win 5-2.
Then, in the second qualifying round, the Horseman battled past Swiss champions FC Zürich, needing extra time to do it.
After a 3-2 victory at home, Qarabağ then lost 2-1 at Letzigrund, with Owusu Kwabena’s goal in extra time seeing them sneak through.
Thus, the Azerbaijani champions are now guaranteed to feature in a UEFA group stage for the ninth season in a row.
But, Gurban Gurbanov’s team are determined to reach the Champions League for the first time since 2017.
Ferencváros also began in the first qualifying round, hammering Tobol 5-1 before a noteworthy comeback of their own a week ago.
The Green Eagles were beaten 2-1 by ŠK Slovan Bratislava in Budapest, but then led 2-1 in Slovakia with just seconds to go.
Adama Traoré then fired the Hungarian champions in front in stoppage time, before Aïssa Laïdouni secured a 4-1 with the last kick of the night.
Ferencváros featured in the Champions League group stages in 2020, as well as the Europa League in 2019 and last season.
So, both club boast plenty of pedigree at this level, but will there be a winner in Bakı?