Stoke will be hoping the 1-0 lead they secured over Hajduk Split in the first leg of their Europa League third qualifying round tie will be enough to see them through to the play-offs.
The Potters struck early through Jonathan Walters at the Britannia Stadium but despite dominating for much of the match were unable to add a second.
This leaves them vulnerable in Split, particularly as the Croatian side lost only two league games at home last season.
Nevertheless, Stoke are 13/10 favourites to win the match in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with a draw available at 2/1 and a Hajduk Split win priced at 19/10.
Furthermore, Stoke odds of 11/50 give them a good chance of making it through to the next round, with Hajduk the outsiders at 14/5.
According to Potters boss Tony Pulis, his side will attempt to navigate their way past Hajduk with an attacking rather than defensive mind-set.
Instead of trying to sit on their lead, Stoke will try and add an away goal to leave their opponents needing three to progress.
With this in mind, punters could back Stoke to score a goal at odds of 3/10.
However, Hajduk are unlikely to give Stoke an easy ride given their impressive home form, while their opponents’ record away from the Britannia should also be taken into consideration.
Stoke won just one of their final nine away fixtures last season, meaning they could be vulnerable to a Split fight-back.
A 3-1 win for the Croatians, which would be enough to see them through, is priced at a tempting 25/1.
Nevertheless, Stoke’s performance in the first leg suggested they will have enough in their locker to get the job done, and with a draw enough to see them through a 1-1 scoreline at odds of 23/4 could be the best bet.
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