Under 2.5 goals is 4/5.
Draw is 9/4.
After an impressive victory in Croatia last Thursday, Djurgården are now in pole position to get though.
A week ago, it was first blood Rijeka at Stadion Rujevica; Haris Vučkić scoring with just 13 minutes on the clock.
However, Hampus Finndell equalised on the cusp of half time before Victor Edvardsen bagged, what turned out to be, the winner shortly after the interval.
So, will the Swedish side now see the job through back in Stockholm.
To date, Djurgårdens IF are yet to qualify for a UEFA group stage.
In fact, in modern times, their best run is the the third qualifying round, beaten by Juventus in 2004 and CFR Cluj two years ago.
If they avoid defeat at Tele2 Arena, they’ll have matched that.
HNK Rijeka meanwhile would not have been expecting that defeat on home soil.
The Croatian club have featured in four Europa League group stages between 2013 and 2020.
Thus, Rijeka have won 13 of their last 19 qualification ties, but are now massively up against it in this one.
Whoever does advance will meet Sepsi OSK Sfântu Gheorghe or Olimpija Ljubljana in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.