Neftçi Bakı to win is 4/5.
Under 2.5 goals and both teams to score NO is 20/21.
Having claimed a first leg lead in Larnaca, will Aris Limassol cling onto it as they make the long 1,000 mile journey east to Baku?
A week ago, Caju and Yannick Gomis got the goals as the Cypriot side claimed a 2-0 victory at AEK Arena.
Will this advantage prove insurmountable at Bakcell Arena?
The Light Brigade are making their debut in UEFA competition, following last season’s fourth place finish.
So, they’ll be determined to ensure this isn’t their only foray into the continent this season.
Neftçi Bakı meantime qualifed for their first, and so far only, Europa League group phase a decade ago.
Subsequently, the Oil Workers have won just seven of 17 UEFA ties, losing the last three in a row.
So, a comeback seems unlikely but not impossible in the Azerbaijani capital.
Whoever gets through will take on Lechia Gdańsk or Rapid Wien in a tough looking Europa Conference League third qualifying round clash.