A prolonged run in European competition for Dundee United is not expected after the Terrors lost the first leg of their qualification tie with Slask Wroclaw 1-0.
That result sees the Terrors priced as outsiders to progress to the next round of the competition, with bwin pricing the SPL side at 17/10 to advance.
By way of contrast, the Polish side are seen as 2/5 favourites to achieve the feat.
That said, Peter Houston’s team are expected to give their opponents a run for the money and the betting even suggests that the Tannadice Park faithful may be treated to a home win.
Betting odds of 83/100 say the Tangerines will win the second leg, while the draw is priced at 23/10 and an away win for Orest Lenczyk’s side offers a price of 14/5.
Dundee are likely to rely on Irish stars Willo Flood, who turned out for Middlesbrough in the Championship last term, and club captain Jon Daly to carry them to glory.
However, with Argentine forward Cristian Omar Diaz ready to turn out for Wroclaw, as well as seasoned Polish campaigners Piotr Cwielong and Waldemar Sabota among the attacking options for Slask, the Polish outfit will fancy their chances.
As ever, bwin has attempted to cater to the needs of the most discerning of football betting fans and has made a number of markets available for this Europa League clash.
For instance, punters can back an even number of goals to be scored at 83/100 or an odd number of converted shots at 19/20.
Fans can also place a wager on both teams scoring at odds of 7/10, while those of the belief that one or both of the sides involved will fire a blank are offered odds of 21/20.
Punters can also put their actual score prediction hats on, with odds of 7/1 available that Dundee pull of the 1-0 win needed to push the game into extra time.
A 2-0 win for the home side is available at 33/4, while a 2-1 win for the Terrors can be backed at odds of 8/1.
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