Over 2.5 goals is 1/1.
Over 2.5 goals and both teams to score is 6/4.
Levadia to win and over 2.5 goals is 7/4.
After a frenetic, thrilling finish to the first leg in Ta’ Qali, it’s all to play for in the Estonian capital.
Nine nights ago, Hibernians looked set for a routine win, leading 2-0 through Ferdinando Apap and then Jurgen Degabriele.
With three minutes remaining, Maximiliano Uggè halved the deficit, before the host’s two-goal cushion was restored mere moments later by Yunusa Muritala.
However, with the very last kick of the night, Ernest Agyiri made it 3-2, thereby keeping Levadia very much in this contest.
Will Hibernians’ now narrow advantage prove decisive at A. Le Coq Arena?
The Maltese champions have already been beaten in Champions League qualifying this month, outclassed by Shamrock Rovers.
So, the Peacocks have only won six of 47 European ties, although three of these have come in the last six seasons.
FCI Levadia Tallinn meanwhile were hammered 6-1 by Knattspyrnufélagið Víkingur in the Champions League preliminary round semis.
Last season’s champions of Estonia reached the play-off round 13 years ago, but have not gone beyond this stage subsequently.
Will that change with a comeback victory here?
Whoever does get through will face Latvian champions FK RFS in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.