Konyaspor to win is 1/2.
Both teams to score is 17/20.
Konyaspor to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/8.
After enjoying a rare victory in the previous round, will Vaduz break new ground in UEFA competition?
The 48-times Liechtenstein Cup winners are their country’s sole European representatives and are regulars in qualifying.
However, before this season, Vaduz had only ever won 14 of 40 European ties.
They managed to marginally improve that ratio in the previous round, knocking out Slovenian side Koper after extra time.
Franklin Sasere with the crucial goal that saw his team advance 2-1 on aggregate.
So now, should Alessandro Mangiarratti’s team win this tie, Vaduz will compete in the play-off round for the very first time.
However, they do come into this tie as big underdogs.
This is even more the case following Konyaspor’s emphatic victory in the previous round, demolishing BATE Borisov 5-0.
Amar Rahmanović and Francisco Calvo on target in last week’s second leg at Konya Büyükşehir Belediye Stadyumu.
The Anatolian Eagle featured in the Europa League group stages in both 2016 and 2017, qualifying directly both times.
So, this is Konyaspor’s first-ever qualifying campaign, but they looked well positioned to make a group phase return.
Will the visitors be too strong at Rheinpark Stadion?