That’s the question most Fulham fans will be asking after an incredible night in Donetsk. Juventus and Ajax are contesting the second leg of their tie in Turin with the prize being a tie against Roy Hodgson’s side. It’s currently 0-0 in Italy, which means that Juve hold a 2-1 advantage from the first game.
Is it a bit too presumptuous to suggest that the competition’s opening out a bit? Our old friends Roma are out, having been beaten 3-2 tonight in the Stadio Olimpico by Greek side Panathinaikos, who went through 6-4 on aggregate. Also gone are the dangerous, in more ways than one, Galatasary and PSV Eindhoven.