Over 2.5 goals is 11/10.
KÍ to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/5.
After a goalless first leg in Podgorica, it’s all to play for as these two sides reconvene in the Faroe Islands.
Having battled to a draw on the road, Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag will now feel they’re the favourites to get through.
The Faroese champions best-ever run in European competition came in 2020, beaten by Dundalk in the play-off round.
Since losing their first eight European ties, KÍ have won four of the last ten.
Even so, if Mikkjal Thomassen’s team do get through this one, it would be an historic achievement.
Sutjeska Nikšić are looking to reach the third qualifying round for just the second time, falling to Linfield at that hurdle three years ago.
The Montenegrin champions have never won on the road in UEFA competition, losing ten of 16 games, so are very much up against it.
Will it be an historic night for KÍ Klaksvík at Við Djúpumýrar?
Whoever does advance will face Ballkani, who are 4-0 up from their first leg against La Fiorita, in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.