St Patrick’s Athletic will need to overcome a 1-0 deficit in order to progress to the next stage of the UEFA Europa League.
And while that will be no easy feat, the Super Saints are odds-on favourites to win the return fixture after losing 1-0 last time out.
The seven-times Irish champions are seen as a 3/5 shot to win this game, while their Icelandic opponents IBV Vestmannaeyjar are priced at 14/4 to follow up their first leg victory with another win.
However, those expecting a cagey affair could be tempted to back the draw, which is currently priced at 11/4.
In order to whet the appetites of even the most ardent betting enthusiast, bwin has made a number of markets available on the contest.
For instance, punters are able to bet on the game producing an even number of goals at 83/100 or an odd number at 19/20.
Fans can also place wagers on which team will score with odds of 7/50 saying that the Super Saints will find the back of the net and of 4/1 saying they will not.
IBV fans will see their side priced at 7/10 to breach the St Patrick’s defence and at 21/20 to draw a blank in the second leg of the tie.
Super Saints fans confident of a win could also be tempted to predict a final scoreline in order to improve the returns they see from their football bets.
Peter Mahon’s side are priced at 6/1 to win the game and level the tie with a 1-0 win, while ensuring a safe passage to the next round with a 2-0 victory offers odds of 13/2.
However, with victory in sight Heimir Hallgrimson will expect his side to be adventurous and this could lead to some of the smart money being placed on another 1-1 draw, which is currently priced at 27/4.
One thing is for certain though, and that is a tight match with both sides in good form.
St Patrick’s went into the first leg with four wins from six games hitting nine goals and conceding just two, while IBV have now lost just one of their last six hitting an average of two goals per game during that time.
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