Brøndby to qualify is 8/13.
Brøndby to win in 90 minutes is 21/20.
Brøndby to win and both teams to score NO is 12/5.
Following last week’s 1-1 draw at Stadion Miejski im. Floriana Krygiera, it’s winner takes all at Brøndby Stadion.
The Danish side came into this clash as favourites and took a first half lead in Poland through Blas Riveros.
It remained 1-0 until, in the 85th minute, Luka Zahović equalised for Pogoń Szczecin; 1-1 it finished.
This time, there must be a winner in Brøndbyvester.
The home side have appeared in two Europa League group stages before, coming in 2005 and then last season.
So, the Boys from Vestegnen are desperate for group phase football once again.
Pogoń Szczecin meanwhile, outwith the Intertoto Cup, have only won two of seven European ties.
Once of these victories came against Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur in the previous round, but they’ve never won two ties in the same season before.
So, anything other than a home win would be a massive surprise.