Under 2.5 goals is 4/6.
Draw is 21/10.
1,700 miles from home, will Rapid Wien claim a positive result on the European road?
To date, Die Grün-Weißen have featured in 11 UEFA group stages, including in both of the last two season.
In fact, the Austrian side haven’t been eliminated from Europe during the qualification period since 2014.
This season, Ferdinand Feldhofer’s s began in the previous round, battling past Lechia Gdańsk.
Nicolas-Gerrit Kühn and Marco Grüll bagging quick-fire goals as they won 2-1 in Poland, following a goalless draw at home.
So, will Rapid Wien enjoy an equally impressive away victory?
Neftçi Bakı meantime produced a stunning comeback to beat Aris Limassol.
They looked down and out following a 2-0 defeat in Cyprus, but Godsway Donyoh, Eddy and Kenny Saief were all on target in a 3-0 victory last mid-week.
The Oil Workers sole appearance in a UEFA group stage came a decade ago.
Subsequently, the Azerbaijani side have fallen in the play-off round twice, including last season when they were beaten by Maccabi Haifa.
To get there again, Neftçi will have to upset the odds in this tie with this first leg at Bakcell Arena therefore crucial.