Can Union Berlin get themselves right back in the mix to reach the knockout stages?
Seven night ago, these two clubs went head-to-head in Sweden, both kicking off pointless.
Sheraldo Becker was the game’s only goalscorer, as the German side left Eleda Stadion with three vital points.
Union Berlin made their debut in a UEFA group stage just 12 months ago, finishing third in their Europa Conference League section.
Against the odds, Urs Fischer’s side actually sit top of the Bundesliga right now, following Sunday’s victory over Stuttgart.
Back in Europe, a home win here would ensure die Eisernen will feature in a knockout phase for the first time ever.
Malmö meantime were competing at Champions League level this time last year, but have looked out of their depth in this competition.
If Åge Hareide’s team are to avoid finishing rock bottom, they cannot afford to leave Berlin empty handed.
Will Union be too strong at Stadion An der Alten Försterei?