Under 2.5 goals is 17/20.
Slovan Bratislava to qualify after 90 minutes is 4/7.
Following a surprise victory in Budapest, it’s ŠK Slovan Bratislava who are in pole position to get through.
Although, a week ago, it was the hosts who took the lead at Groupama Aréna; Kristoffer Zachariassen netting 20 minutes from time.
However, Guram K’ashia then equalised shortly after, before Tigran Barseghyan snatched an away victory just four minutes from time.
So, will Slogan Bratislava make that one-goal advantage count back in Slovakia?
The 1969 Cup Winners’ Cup champions qualified for a modern-day group stage for the first time in 2019, reaching the Europa League.
Then, last season, the Sky Blues made it to the Europa Conference League, meaning they’ve won six of their last nine qualifiers.
If Vladimír Weiss’ side get through this one, they’ll be guaranteed group phase football once again.
Ferencváros meantime reached the Europa League in 2019 and last season, qualifying for the Champions League group phase in-between.
Thus, the Green Eagles have won 11 of their last 13 qualifiers, making last week’s home defeat such a surprise.
Will the Slovakian champions make their advantage count at Tehelné pole?
The winners of this tie will face Qarabağ of FC Zürich in the Champions League third qualifying round.
The losers will meet the losers of Maccabi Haifa vs Olympiacos in the Europa League third qualifying round.