Given that, at the half-way mark, all four teams in Group F are on four points, it’s very much all to play for.
A week ago, Feyenoord led 2-0 in Herning, thanks to Sebastian Szymański and then Orkun Kökçü’s spot-kick.
But, Midtjylland fought back to earn a point, courtesy of Gustav Isaksen and then Juninho, the latter equalising five minutes from time.
Will there be a winner as the two reconvene in Rotterdam?
Feyenoord’s only home game in this group, to date, resulted in a 6-0 hammering of Sturm Graz last month.
This came after Arne Slot’s team found themsleves 4-0 down in Rome, eventually reducing the arrears to 4-2.
So, if last season’s Europa Conference League runners-up are planning to make a similarly lengthy run in this competition, their home form will be key.
Similarly, Midtjylland were beaten in Austria on matchday one, but then smashed Lazio 5-1 at home the following Thursday.
The Danish side have lost both previous visits to the Netherlands, so Albert Capellas’ team are targeting history.
Will the raucous De Kuip atmosphere roar Feyenoord onto a crucial victory?