Both teams to score is 7/10. Draw is 21/10.
Both of these clubs would certainly have been targeting group stage football, but one will fall in the third qualifying round.
FC Basel were Europa League quarter-finalists as recently as 2020, also reaching the last 16 in this competition last season.
In all, RotBlau have featured in eight Champions League, seven Europa League and one Europa Conference League group stage in the last two decades.
However, having not won the Swiss Super League since 2017, their path to more group stages is becoming tougher.
This season, Basel began in the previous round, easily seeing off Crusaders.
Following a 2-0 win at St. Jakob-Park, Liam Millar was on target in last Thursday’s 1-1 draw in Belfast.
This though will be a far tougher assignment.
Brøndby ended their 16-year exile from UEFA group stages last season, reaching the Europa League.
The Boys from Vestegnen met Pogoń Szczecin in the last round, drawing 1-1 in Poland before an emphatic 4-0 victory in Brøndbyvester.
Simon Hedlund bagging an early brace, before Mathias Kvistgaarden and Marko Divković secured last mid-week’s win.
Will Basel leave Brøndby Stadion in a good position, or will the Danish side make home advantage count?