Crisis club Hearts will be looking to kick-start their season by making it past Paks in the second leg of their third-round Europa League qualifying tie.
This week saw manager Craig Brown pay the price for a poor run of form which saw the Jambos fail to win in 11 attempts.
However, his replacement in the Tynecastle hotseat, Paulo Sergio, has a good base to build on going into the match this evening.
Hearts secured a 1-1 draw away to their Hungarian opponents last week, with the away goal giving them a welcome advantage going into the return fixture.
As such, Hearts are 1/5 favourites to progress to the Europa League play-offs, with Paks priced at 3/1 to make it through.
Indeed, the Jambos are even odds-on favourites to win the game this evening at odds of 12/25 in bwin’s 3Way football betting market.
The fact that Paks have conceded seven goals in their opening three league games certainly boosts the Edinburgh side’s chances, particularly as scoring more than a goal a game has been a problem of late.
Not since a 2-2 draw with Kilmarnock on 30th April have Hearts struck more than once in the same game.
But with Paks struggling to shut teams out, Hearts could even be good bets at odds of 33/20 to win the match with a 1-0 handicap working against them.
A successful £25 free bet on Hearts to beat Paks in the 0-1 handicap market, available to new customers who sign up for a bwin account, would return £66.25.
That said, a new manager may not be enough to turn Hearts’ fortunes around and Paks certainly look tempting at odds of 19/4 to win and 14/5 to draw.
The Hungarians also look good value in the double-chance market, meaning the best bet could be on Paks to win or draw at odds of 7/5.
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