Over 2.5 goals is 10/11.
The New Saints to win and over 2.5 goals is 15/4.
After last Thursday’s first leg at Víkingsvöllur, it’s Knattspyrnufélagið Víkingur who travel to Oswestry with a healthy advantage.
Kristall Máni Ingason converted a pair of penalties, one in each half, as the Icelandic champions claimed a 2-0 victory.
Will this two-goal advantage prove to be insurmountable at Park Hall.
Before this season, Víkingur had lost all seven ties they’d ever played in UEFA competition.
However, they saw off Levadia Tallinn and Inter Club d’Escaldes in the Champions League preliminary round, before narrowly losing 6-5 to Malmö.
So, Arnar Gunnlaugsson’s side will travel to Shropshire confident of a result.
The New Saints meanwhile have only won nine of 23 European ties since losing to CSKA Sofia in the play-off round 12 years ago.
However, TNS have actually won their last five home matches in UEFA competition, so will believe a comeback is possible.
Whoever does get through will face Lech Poznań, who beat Dinamo Batumi 5-0 in their first leg, in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.