Royal Antwerp to win and both teams to score NO is 6/5.
Royal Antwerp to win and under 2.5 goals is 11/4.
Royal Antwerp came into this tie as overwhelming favourites to advance, although that is slightly less the case now.
A week ago, despite mustering 28 shots on goal, Mark van Bommel’s team were held to a goalless draw at Bosuilstadion.
So, if the Reds are going to get through this particular tie, they’re going to have to win on the road.
The Belgian club reached final of the 1993 Cup Winners’ Cup, but then didn’t qualify for a modern-day group stage for 27 years.
Now though, Antwerp have featured in the Europa League group phase in each of the last two campaigns, reaching the knockout stages in 2020/21.
So, if the Grand Old fell in this round, it would be a major shock.
This is even more the case given Drita’s lack of continental pedigree.
The Kosovar club only made their debut in UEFA competition in 2018, winning just six of 11 ties, including ousting Inter Turku in the previous round.
But, having held out for a draw on the road, Ardijan Nuhiji,’s team will believe they can complete the surprise.
Will it be a famous night for the hosts at Fadil Vokrri Stadium?
The prize for the winners is a Europa Conference League third qualifying round clash with Seinäjoen Jalkapallokerho or Lillestrøm.