Under 2.5 goals is 1/1.
Budućnost Podgorica to win is 11/8.
Budućnost Podgorica to win and under 2.5 goals is 9/2.
Following last Thursday’s first leg at Kópavogsvöllur, it’s Breiðablik who are in pole position to get through.
The Icelandic side won 2-0 in Kópavogur a week ago, so will take a healthy lead to Montenegro.
It took until the 86th minute for Kristinn Steindórsson to break the deadlock, before Höskuldur Gunnlaugsson doubled their advantage with a penalty five minutes into stoppage time.
Will this two-goal cushion prove insurmountable?
The Icelandic club reached the third qualifying round for the first time last season.
To get there, they caused a massive upset, dumping out Austria Wien, before falling to Aberdeen.
Having already overcome Santa Coloma this year, Breiðablik’s hopes of an even better run are very much alive.
Budućnost Podgorica meantime have also never got further than the third round of qualification.
They were beaten by Brøndby in 2010 and Sarajevo a decade later at that hurdle, but will need a monumental comeback to get there again.
Whoever prevails at Stadion pod Goricom will face İstanbul Başakşehir or Maccabi Netanya in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.