Ballkani to win is 23/20.
Ballkani to win and over 2.5 goals is 14/5.
This tie presents both clubs with a great opportunity to reach the play-off round, so who will grasp it with both hands at Fadil Vokrri Stadium?
Ballkani are competing in UEFA competition for the very first time having won their first Superleague of Kosovo title last season.
The Gabriels began by being dumped out of Champions League qualifying by Žalgiris Vilnius, but responded in style in this competition.
Sammarinese champions La Fiorita were demolished 10-0 on aggregate, with Albion Rrahmani scoring five times across the two legs.
So, Ballkani will come into this tie as favourites.
Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag meantime ran Bodø/Glimt close in Champions League qualifying, eventually bowing out 4-3.
The Faroese side didn’t let this dishearten them, bouncing back by beating Sutjeska Nikšić 1-0 a week ago.
Páll Klettskarð the only scorer as KÍ ousted the champions of Montenegro.
So, KÍ Klaksvík are aiming to reach the play-off round for the second time, ousted by Dundalk two years ago.
Will Mikkjal Thomassen’s team leave Pristina with a positive result?