Already qualified FC Twente could take their foot off the gas as Martin Jol returns to his homeland for Fulham’s next Group K clash.
Fulham need a victory to guarantee progression, and the 2010 Europa League finalists are a big 3/1 to pick up a victory in Holland.
Jol, who turned out for Twente as a player, is likely to select a strong side, as he looks to appease fans who dare to dream in this competition following their terrific run in 2010.
A draw would likely suffice for the visitors though, who go into the match with seven points, and 12/5 is a fair price offered on this outcome bearing in mind the sides played out a 1-1 stalemate at Craven Cottage.
It’s 6/1 for another 1-1 draw and that could prove a shrewd punt.
The home side, Champions League competitors last year, have nothing to play for with qualification already certified, but are still odds on at 10/11 to come out on top in the match.
The former Dutch champions currently sit third in their domestic table, above the likes of Ajax and Feyenoord, whilst Fulham have struggled to find their feet under Jol as of yet domestically, and are placed 15th in the Premier League.
Both sides look strongest going forwards, and the respective outfits boast players with impressive European goal scoring and assist records for the campaign.
Andy Johnson has hit five goals to rise to second in the race for the Europa League golden boot, and he is very big at 8/1 to notch the first goal in this tie.
Meanwhile, the home side will likely field Ola John, brother of former Fulham striker Collins, and he has been impressive in registering four European assists this season.
The likes of striker Marc Janko can prosper from John’s tricky play, and could prove a fruitful bet to find the net first at 5/1.