PAOK to qualify is 7/4.
PAOK to win and over 2.5 goals is 6/4.
PAOK to win, over 2.5 goals and both teams to score NO is 6/1.
Following a shock defeat in Bulgaria last Thursday, PAOK’s European aspirations are hanging by a thread.
Seven nights ago at Stadion Georgi Asparuhov, early goals from Welton Felipe and then Bilal Bari secured a 2-0 victory for Levski Sofia.
So, having secured a healthy advantage at home, can the Bulgarian club complete the shock?
The Blues came into this encounter as big underdogs given that their most recent appearance in a UEFA group stage came 12 years ago.
Since then, Levski Soifa have won just two of nine European ties.
In contrast, PAOK reached the Europa Conference League quarter-finals last season, their first continental last eight appearance since 1974.
The Greek side have appeared in nine group phases since 2010, but are relaying on a famous turnaround at Toumba Stadium.
The reward for the winners is a Europa Conference League third qualifying round date with Velež Mostar or Ħamrun Spartans.