First leg score: West Ham United 3-1 Viborg
Having comfortably won 3-1 at the London Stadium last Thursday, West Ham travel to Denmark with a, potentially, unassailable lead.
Seven nights ago, Gianluca Scamacca headed home his first goal for the Hammers before, Jarrod Bowen cut inside and doubled their advantage.
Not long after, Jakob Bonde gave Viborg hope, only for Michail Antonio to reestablish West Ham’s two-goal cushion, the ball put on a plate by Saïd Benrahma.
Will David Moyes’ men now complete the job at Viborg Stadium?
The Irons reached last season’s Europa League semi-finals, their best run on the continent since losing to Anderlecht in the Cup Winners’ Cup Final of 1976.
So, West Ham will certainly be targeting an extended run in this competition, dreaming of winning their first European silverware since 1965
Viborg FF meanwhile are competing in UEFA competition for just the second time, winning one UEFA Cup tie in 2000.
The Greens have already seen off Sūduva Marijampolė and Bóltfelagið 1936 Tórshavn to get this far, but this might prove to be a bridge too far.
A boost is that Ibrahim Said and Alassana Jatta, who were both unable to travel to London due to ridiculous Brexit regulations, are both available for this one.
Can Viborg pull off an unlikely comeback?