Belarusian giants BATE Borisov are clear favourites to advance to the next round of Champions League qualification despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Linfield last time out.
The City Stadium outfit were frustrated at Windsor Park but are expected to make home advantage count in the second leg.
Indeed, bwin prices Viktor Goncharenko’s side as odds-on to progress at 3/100, while their Northern Irish opponents are seen as 8/1 outsiders.
The football betting market also shows that punters expect BATE to see off their rivals in normal time, with the odds on a home win coming in at 3/25, while Linfield are priced at 19/1 and the draw offers odds of 25/4.
While BATE used the week between the games to rest up and make sure they are ready for the clash, Linfield boss David Jeffrey took his side for a friendly tie against SPL champions Glasgow Rangers.
Jeffrey’s side managed to show glimpses of their attacking ability by scoring a goal against Ally McCoist’s men, but run the risk of being demoralised after succumbing to a 4-1 defeat.
As such, football betting enthusiasts could be tempted to back the Northern Irish team to lose by the same scoreline this time round, with a 4-1 win for Borisov currently priced at 17/1.
Those expecting the same outcome but a tighter game could be attracted by the 6/1 odds made available on a 1-0 home win.
New bwin customers using their free £25 bet on the latter of these options would see returns of £175.
While the Belarusians are expected to advance to the next stage of the competition, many fans could be tempted to back Linfield to hold their opponents to another plucky draw.
This could lead to a lot of attention being paid to the 12/1 odds on a repeat of the first leg and the sides cancelling each other out in a 1-1 stalemate.
Fans looking for alternative options when placing Champions League football bets could also be enticed by the half-time result market.
Borisov are again seen as favourites, at 2/5, while the draw offers odds of 21/10 and the away win is seen as a 25/2 outside bet.
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