NŠ Mura to win is 4/5.
NŠ Mura to win and both teams to score NO is 7/4.
NŠ Mura came into this tie as overwhelming favourites, but they still have work to do ahead of this clash at Mestni stadion Fazanerija.
The Slovenian side looked set to leave Dublin with a victory when Mirlind Daku opened the scoring in the first half.
However, on the hour mark, Richmond Park was on its feet, celebrating Chris Forrester’s equaliser for St Patrick’s Athletic.
1-1 it finished in Inchicore, meaning it’s winner takes all in Murska Sobota.
Last season, Mura made their debut in a UEFA group stage, beating Shkëndija and then Žalgiris Vilnius to get there.
Once there, they did lose five of six matches, but that last-gasp 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur will live long in the memory.
This season, having already dumped out Sfîntul Gheorghe, Mura are targeting more group phase football.
St Patrick’s Athletic meantime are aiming for a place in the third qualifying round for the first time in a decade.
The Saints have only come through one of their last seven ties, last winning a European away game in 2009.
So, anything other than a comfortable Mura victory would be a major surprise.
Awaiting the victors in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round are CSKA Sofia or Makedonija Ǵorče Petrov.