Sparta Praha to qualify is 8/13.
Sparta Praha to win and both teams to score NO is 11/4.
Sparta Prague came into this tie as overwhelming favourites, although that’s less so the case half way through.
A week ago, these two clubs played out a goalless draw at Generali Česká pojišťovna Arena, meaning it’s winners takes all in Stavanger.
The Maroons have appeared in 16 UEFA group phases since their first in 1997, reaching the Europa Conference League knockout phase last season.
Thus, it would be a major setback if Brian Priske’s team fell at the first hurdle.
Viking meanwhile appeared in their sole European group stage in the UEFA Cup 17 years ago.
The Norwegian club have actually lost their last two ties on the continent, beaten by Honka in 2008 and Aberdeen two years ago.
However, having drawn in the Czech capital, the Dark Blues are in a great position to complete the upset.
Whoever does prevail will meet Motherwell or Sligo Roves in the Europa Conference League third qualifying round.