First leg score: Köln 1-2 MOL Fehérvár
Following a shock victory in Germany last mid-week, can Fehérvár complete the upset back at home?
A week ago, the 44,000 inside RheinEnergieStadion were celebrating when Florian Dietz opened the scoring 14 minutes in.
However, a pair of quick-fire goals on the stroke of half time, Budu Zivzivadze and Palkó Dárdai the scorers, saw the Hungarian side leave with a surprise 2-1 win.
Thus, it is all the play for at MOL Aréna Sóstó.
MOL Fehérvár have qualified for two Europa League group stages to date, these coming in 2012 and 2018.
So far this season, Vidi have seen off Gabala and Petrocub Hîncești to get this far, winning their home matches 4-1 and 5-0.
This time though, should Michael Boris’ side simply avoid defeat in Székesfehérvár, they’ll book their ticket to the Europa Conference League group phase.
As for Köln, their return to UEFA competition wasn’t meant to be like this.
Die Geißböcke featured in the Europa League group stages in 2017, with those their only European matches since 1992.
If Steffen Baumgart’s team are to avoid falling at the first hurdle, they’ll need to produce a comeback in Hungary.