Konyaspor to win and both teams to score NO is 11/8.
Both legs of this tie are taking place at Konya Metropolitan Municipality Stadium, and Konyaspor have certainly made this advantage count so far.
Due to UEFA sanctions on Belarusian clubs, they are currently banned from playing matches on home soil.
So, last Thursday’s ‘home’ leg for BATE Borisov was played in Turkey, and the Turkish clubs certainly enjoyed home comforts.
Zymer Bytyqi, Konrad Michalak and Robert Murić all got on the scoresheet as Konyaspor claimed a 3-0 lead.
Now with their fans in attendance, the Anatolian Eagle will be looking for another comfortable victory.
Konyaspor have previously appeared in two Europa League two Europa League group stages, these coming in 2016 and 2017.
Having finished third in the Süper Lig last season, İlhan Palut’s team are back in continental competition.
BATE Borisov meanwhile won 13 successive Belorussian Premier League titles between 2006 and 2018, but haven’t won the title since.
In this period, they appeared in five Champions League and four Europa League group stages.
However, since the most recent of those in 2018, BATE have won just two of seven two-legged ties.
Another comfortable Konyaspor win is likely.
The reward for the winner of this match is a Europa Conference League third qualifying round clash with Vaduz or Koper.