The New Saints and Cliftonville go into this week’s Europa League qualifier knowing a great deal about each other.
While on the majority of occasions clubs are in the dark about their rivals to a certain extent at this stage of the competition, the five-time Welsh champions recently met the three-time Irish league winners in a friendly match.
And while Tommy Breslin saw his Reds side run out 2-1 winners on June 18th, TNS are seen as clear favourites to make home advantage count in the first leg of this tie.
bwin prices the Saints at 19/20 to secure the win, while the draw is priced at 5/2 and the Reds are seen as 5/2 outsiders.
With the odds on the home win not offering the largest betting returns, a number of punters could be tempted to enter the handicap market.
Allowing Cliftonville to start the game with a 1-0 lead sees the home win move to a 12/5 shot, the draw become a 14/5 bet and the away win priced at 4/5.
Both sides go into the tie on the back of topsy-turvy form, having won two and lost three of their last five matches.
However, goals have not been hard to come by for either, with TNS hitting ten during that time and Cliftonville finding the net on nine occasions.
As such, some football betting enthusiasts could be tempted to bet on the number of goals being scored during the game, with less than three available at 91/100 and more than three priced at 39/50.
Some fans could also be enticed by the final score betting, with decent odds available on a repeat of the recent friendly result.
Backing a 2-1 win for Cliftonville is priced at 11/1, while those expecting home advantage to play its part can back the reverse scoreline at 8/1.
However, at odds of 40/1, a 3-1 home win for TNS could prove too tempting for those looking to make football bets on the Europa League to turn down.
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