The second leg of the UEFA Europa League first qualifying round is already upon us, providing Fulham fans with their second competitive game of the season.
However, just how competitive the match proves to be will largely depend on NSI Runavik.
The 1998 Faroe Island double champions were swept aside at Craven Cottage in the first leg, with Martin Jol winning his debut match as Fulham manager 3-0.
While the score suggests a one-sided affair, the result in fact flattered NSI, with Fulham wasting a number of chances – including a missed penalty – on their way to victory.
That said, Jol’s side proved too strong for the opposition and are clear favourites to get another positive result this time round.
bwin prices the Cottagers as 2/25 favourites to win the game and sail into the next round of the competition, while the draw is seen as an 8/1 shot.
Despite having home advantage, Runavik are not given a chance in the betting markets, with odds of 22/1 on the home crowd being treated to a rare European win.
Such odds could see a number of football betting enthusiasts attracted to the handicap odds market in order to see larger returns on their stakes.
Opting to give the home side a 1-0 lead going into the tie sees their winning odds move to 25/4, while the draw becomes a 17/4 shot and Fulham’s odds improve to 7/25.
bwin has a number of other markets available to punters including bets on who will win the first half. NSI are a 12/1 shot to be in the lead after 45 minutes, while the draw is priced at 27/10 and Fulham offer odds of 31/100 to have the better of the first period.
However, with Fulham scoring three goals last time out some of the smart money is likely to be placed on the number of chances converted this time round.
More than four goals can be backed at 83/100, while fewer than four is priced at 22/25. More than two is available at 7/100, while backing the game to see less than two goals offers punters a 6/1 outside bet.
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