RFS to win is 11/20.
RFS to win and both teams to score NO is 29/20.
The champions of Latvia and Malta both continue their quests for group stage football.
RFS are back in continental action for the first time since being beaten by HJK in the Champions League first qualifying round.
So, Rigas have only won two of six European ties, reaching the third qualifying round 12 months ago.
Hibernians meantime were dumped out the Champions League by Shamrock Rovers before bouncing back against FCI Levadia Tallinn.
The won the first leg of that one 3-2 in Ta’ Qali, before a battling 1-1 draw in Estonia; Ferdinando Apap on target in both legs.
However, Hibernians’ record on the road in Europe is dismal, so it might be case of damage limitation in this first leg.
Can RFS establish a healthy lead at Daugavas stadions?