Under 2.5 goals is 8/13.
Draw and under 2.5 goals is 3/1.
After causing a rather large upset in last Thursday’s first leg, Kisvárda are in pole position to make it through this tie.
A week ago, Jasir Asani’s goal just eight minutes from time saw the Hungarian club leave Almaty Central Stadium 1-0 winners.
So, will they complete the job at Várkerti Stadion?
This was such a shock because it was Kisvárda’s first-ever European match in their 111 year history.
The Reds only won promotion to Nemzeti Bajnokság I in 2018, but are already making waves on the continent.
In contrast, Kairat beat Maccabi Haifa and Fola Esch in qualifying last year, thereby reaching the Europa Conference League group phase.
However, the Kazakhstani club, who’ve only won one of their last nine European away games, are now set to fall at the first hurdle.
The reward for the winners of this tie is a Europa Conference League third qualifying round date with Molde; they are almost certainly set to beat Elfsborg