AIK to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/10.
AIK to win and both teams to score is 23/20.
Having battled through their second qualifying round tie, how far will this adventure take AIK?
In the previous round, despite playing both legs in Stockholm, they needed extra time to see off Vorskla Poltava.
Axel Björnström with the decisive goal at Friends Arena, coming 197 minutes into the tie, securing the 4-3 aggregate victory.
The Swedish side have only ever qualified for two European group phase, the Champions League in 1999 and the Europa League a decade ago.
Since the latter, they’ve fallen in qualifying on six occasions, most recently beaten by Celtic in the play-off round in 2019.
Shkëndija meantime have already won two ties this season, beating Ararat Yerevan 4-2 and Valmiera 5-2.
The Red and Blacks lost in the play-off round in three successive seasons between 2016 and 2018 but haven’t got that far since.
In this tie though, the North Macedonia side will feel they have a decent chance of getting back there.
Will there be a winner in Solna?