Maccabi Tel Aviv to win is 11/10.
Maccabi Tel Aviv to win and over 2.5 goals is 13/5.
Will Maccabi Tel Aviv make home advantage count in this first leg that could go either-way?
In the previous round, the Yellows overcame Zira, with all the goals coming in the first leg at Dalğa Arena.
Gabi Kanichowsky breaking the deadlock before Đorđe Jovanović bagged a brace.
In their European history, the Israeli giants have qualified for seven UEFA group stages, doing so in this competition just last season.
So, it would be perceived as a bit of a failure if Vladimir Ivić's team did fall during these qualifiers.
Aris Thessaloniki though will be no pushovers after they hammered Gomel 7-2 in the second qualifying round.
Former Burnley, Watford and QPR striker Andre Gray bagging a brace in both legs, despite having never played in UEFA competition before.
The Yellow-Blacks most recent appearance in a group stage came in the Europa League 11 years ago.
More recently, Aris had actually lost three successive qualification ties, before that emphatic victory last month.
So, Germán Burgos’ team will just be looking to leave Bloomfield Stadium with this tie still up for grabs.