Slavia Praha to win and over 3.5 goals is 4/6.
Slavia Praha to win, over 3.5 goals and both teams to score NO is 21/20.
Slavia Prague were overwhelming favourites to advance when the draw was made and that’s exactly how it transpired by the Rock of Gibraltar.
Yira Sor bagged an early brace at Victoria Stadium, before Ewerton and then Ondřej Lingr wrapped up a 4-0 victory for the visitors.
So, this second leg at Fortuna Arena will be a very comfortable one for the Czech side.
The Red and Whites recent European record, outwith Europe’s giants, is one of the best around.
The Slavists reached the Europa League quarter-finals in both 2019 and 2021 as well as the last eight in last season’s Europe Conference League.
They last failed to qualify for a group phase in 2016 and, with this season’s final at their own stadium, will be desperate for that fact to remain true.
St Joseph’s meanwhile are competing in the second qualifying round for the very first time, but looked very much out of their depth.
Slavia Prague can start planning for a Europa Conference League third qualifying round clash with Greek giants Panathinaikos.