First leg score: Ludogorets Razgrad 1-0 Žalgiris Vilnius
Will Ludogorets’ first leg advantage see them to victory in this tie?
A week ago, there was just one goal at Huvepharma Arena, a second minute own goal scored by Ivan Tatomirović.
Will this see the Bulgarian champions, who came into this clash as favourites, get through?
Ludogorets have now won 11 successive league titles, domestic monopolisation that has seen them qualify for eight UEFA group stages sine 2014.
This season, the Green Eagles beat Sutjeska Nikšić and Shamrock Rovers in Champions League qualifying before falling to GNK Dinamo.
Nevertheless, given that they’ve won 24 of their last 32 qualification ties, Ante Šimundža’s side should get through this one.
Žalgiris Vilnius meantime ousted Ballkani and Malmö in Champions League qualification, the latter a massive surprise, before bowing out to Bodø/Glimt.
Nevertheless, those two victories have made history with the Greens ensuring they’ll become the first Lithuanian club to qualify for a UEFA group stage.
Unless Vladimir Cheburin’s side pull off an unlikely comeback at LFF Stadium, this will be in the Europa Conference League.