Radnički Niš to win is 4/11.
Radnički Niš to win and both teams to score NO is 5/4.
After last week’s thrilling draw at Centenary Stadium, this tie is far more in the balance than most would’ve expected.
Favourites Radnički Niš took a first half lead in Ta’ Qali, Nikola Štulić the scorer, thereby looking set for a comfortable away win.
However, Maxuell Samurai then scored twice in just five minutes, the latter a penalty, to give Gżira United a shock lead.
They led until stoppage time when haha broke Maltese hearts, ensuring it finished 2-2.
So, after all that, it’s now winner takes all at Čair Stadium.
Radnički Niš reached the UEFA Cup semi-finals back in 1982 but, since then, have only qualified for Europe on four occasions.
Despite only winning one of three European ties this century, Tomislav Sivić's team are fully expected to get through this one.
That’s because, having already knocked out Atlètic Club d’Escaldes, Gżira United are hoping to win two European ties in the same season for the first time ever.
The Maroons famously ousted Hajduk Split in 2019, but are looking to win a tie at this stage for the first time ever.
Whoever does advance will face Austrian side Wolfsberger AC in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.