Over 2.5 goals is 23/20.
Olimpija Ljubljana to win is 6/4.
Olimpija Ljubljana to win and over 2.5 goals is 7/2.
Having enjoyed a victory at Stadionul Arena Sepsi, can Sepsi OSK Sfântu Gheorghe complete the job in Slovenia?
A week ago, it was Olimpija Ljubljana who took a fourth minute lead in Romania through Svit Sešlar.
Nevertheless, Marius Ștefănescu equalised in first half stoppage time before some late draw.
A pair of quick-fire late goals from Nicolae Păun and then an own goal by Mateo Karamatić secured a 3-1 victory.
This was a bit of a surprise given Sepsi’s lack of European pedigree.
Their only tie, to date, in UEFA competition came in this round last season, beaten by Spartak Trnava on penalties.
So, if the Red and Whites do get through, it would represent an historic achievement.
Despite being two-goals down, Olimpija Ljubljana will still harbour hopes of turning this tie around.
The Dragons best run on the continent came four years ago when they were ousted by the aforementioned Spartak Trnava in the play-offs.
In all, the Slovenian club have won six of their last ten European ties, including overcoming FC Déifferdeng in the previous round.
So, this one could still go either-way at Stadion Stožice.
Whoever does progress will take on Rijeka or Djurgårdens IF in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.