First leg score: Malmö 3-1 Sivasspor
Having comfortably won the first leg at home, can Malmö complete the job as they make the long 1,500 mile journey to Turkey?
A week ago, Moustafa Zeidan, Anders Christiansen and Niklas Moisander were all on target at Stadion as Malmö ran out 3-1 winners.
Leke James’ goal, that made it 1-1 at that point, does give Sivasspor hope of a comeback.
Who will be celebrating a place in the Europa League group stages come full time at New Sivas 4 Eylül Stadium?
Malmö are, and probably will always remain, the only Nordic club to reach a European Cup Final, beaten by Nottingham Forest in 1979.
More recently, since 2011 to be precise, they’ve qualified for three Champions League group stages, including last season, and four in the Europa League.
This time round, Malmö were dumped out of the Champions League by Žalgiris Vilnius, before bouncing back by beating Dudelange in this competition.
So, the Allsvenskan champions were under pressure to win this tie, but are in good shape just now.
Sivasspor meantime entered in this round having won the Turkish Cup for the very first time back in May.
They featured in the Europa League group stages for the very first time two years ago, but will need a big comeback to match that achievement.
Can Rıza Çalımbay’s team pull it off, or will they have to settle for Europa Conference League qualification?