Can Bodø/Glimt get right back in the hunt for a top two finish in Group A?
The Norwegian champions have lost their last two matches in this competition, both times beaten by Arsenal, 3-0 in London and 1-0 at home.
In the latter, Kjetil Knutsen’s side certainly deserved something from the game.
However, all hope is far from lost.
A point here for Bodø/Glimt would secure knockout stage football, while, should they win their final two games, they’ll pip PSV to second.
Thus, this is simply must win for the visitors.
Given FC Zürich’s current predicament, that should be the only outcome.
The Swiss champions are rock bottom of this group without a point to their name, beaten 5-1 and 5-0 by PSV on matchdays three and four.
Meanwhile, they’re rock bottom of the Swiss Super League without a win to their name, hammered 4-1 inthe Zürich derby by Grasshoppers on Sunday.
Bo Henriksen has come in to save Zürich from relegation, so their priorities lie elsewhere in terms of this group.
Thus, an away win seems a certainty at Letzigrund.