Osijek to win is 4/11.
Osijek to win and both teams to score NO is 5/4.
Having built-up a first leg lead in Nur-Sultan, will Osijek finish the job back in Croatia?
Last Thursday, the visitors led 2-0 at Astana Arena with Mihret Topčagić and László Kleinheisler getting the goals.
However, Darko Nejašmić's unfortunate own goal just six minutes from time gives Kyzylzhar a glimmer of hope as they head to Stadion Gradski vrt.
Nevertheless, 2-1 up, Osijek are now firm favourites to advance.
The White and Blues’ best-ever run in Europe came in 2017, beaten by Austria Wien in the play-off round.
Since then, the Croatian club have only won two of six ties, but are now confident of getting through this one.
Kyzylzhar meantime are competing in UEFA competition for the first time ever.
Last season’s fourth-place finish in the Kazakh Premier League has given the club this opportunity.
However, this trip to Osijek is likely to be their only trip out of Kazakhstan this time round.
Osijek will be looking to complete the job, thereby setting up a Europa Conference League third qualifying round date with Botev Plovdiv or APOEL.