Two seasons ago, Fulham qualified for the Europa League through the Intertoto Cup, with Roy Hodgson steering the Cottagers all the way through to the final where they lost to Atletico Madrid.
History is currently repeating itself under Martin Jol, with the west London side having made it to the verge of the last 32 stage having begun their European quest in the summer, with Fulham just a home win away from joining FC Twente in the knockout stage.
There should be few problems against an Odense side whose participation in the competition ends after Wednesday night, with the home team available at a best price 1/4 (Paddy Power – £100 free bets) to win the game and ensure they finish ahead of Wisla Krakow.
The two teams met in Denmark two months ago where the Cottagers ran out 2-0 winners, although there have been rumours regarding a bust-up between Jol and Bobby Zamora, especially as the striker was left out of the team that lost to Swansea on Saturday.
The former Tottenham striker is 4/1 (Ladbrokes – £50 free betting) to make a scoring return by breaking the deadlock, while Clint Dempsey is also a 4/1 chance to make amends for missing a penalty at the Liberty Stadium.
Odense have little to lose from having a go at their opponents and can be backed at 12/1 to win the game and 5/1 to claim a draw.