The gulf in class between the Northern Irish top flight and the top league in Belarus has been signified by the football betting markets for a forthcoming Champions League qualifying game.
Linfield FC are one of the most successful club sides in Northern Ireland, having amassed a huge haul of honours including no less than 50 league titles, 41 Irish Cups and nine Irish League Cups during their illustrious history.
However, despite this, and the fact they have won all five of their last games, the Blues are seen as rank outsiders for the home leg of their clash with Belarusian champions BATE Borisov.
While it is true that BATE are on an impressive run of form, having secured five successive league titles and a host of domestic cups, Viktor Goncharenko has seen his side lose one, draw one and win only three of their last five encounters.
That said, football betting fans will find the away side tipped as 7/20 favourites to win this match, while Linfield are priced at 13/2 and the draw is seen as a 15/4 bet.
One reason for this could be the inclusion of two Brazilian players within the BATE ranks. Alex Portino and Renan Bresson are among only three Borisov players born outside of Belarus and could provide the inspiration for an important away win.
bwin has made a number of football betting markets available for the tie and some fans could be attracted by the odds on offer for the half-time result.
This market sees Linfield priced at 25/4 to be leading going into the interval, while the draw is offered at odds of 7/5.
Borisov are again seen as favourites, with odds of 4/5 saying the Belarusians will be in charge at the break.
A number of fans could also be tempted to back the number of goals to be scored during the game.
Both teams have a proven eye for goal with 4-0 and 5-0 wins to their names in recent weeks and this could sway the betting.
Five or more goals in the game is seen as a 19/4 shot, while exactly four and exactly three offer odds of 9/2 and 13/1 respectively.
Those expecting a more reserved approach from the teams can back no goals at 19/2, one goal at 17/4 or two converted efforts at 27/10.
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