Fulham are behind 1-3 in the tie, but Dickson Etuhu's away goal gives them hope, as does Juve's incredibly poor form recently- they blew a 3 goal lead at home this past weekend. A 2-0 result would take the Cottagers through, but an early away goal will mean they need to score three times to level the tie. Keep in mind they've outplayed Manchester United, Man City, Roma, and Shaktar Donetsk at home this season, so its possible. I will be in attendance at the Cottage. Praise be to Hodgson. I'm quite chuffed for this match, mostly because Dempsey's playing against Juventus has been the highest profile appearance for an American outfield player in a European knock-out competition in sometime. Not since DaMarcus Beasley's PSV Eindhoven made a run to the Champions League Semi-Finals, has an American featured at any level beyond this. Since Beasley's appearances against Barca and Lyon for Rangers, you could argue that this is the first glamor UEFA tie of any kind that an American player has legitimately featured in (barring Marcus Tracey's appearance against City). My hope is that in the near future this will no longer be such a momentous occasion, but for tomorrow in remains unique- Fulham will be looking to Zamora, Duff, Dempsey, and Gera for offesnsive spark, but the suspension of Danny Murphy looms large, and stalwart Brede Hangeland will be a gametime decision after suffering studs to the chest at the weekend. Come on you Whites'