HJK Helsinki vs. Malmo (Tuesday, 5.00pm)
Their Nordic neighbours trail by only one goal coming into the second leg, though, so Jon Dahl Tomasson's Allsvenskan leaders must remain focused if they are to earn a tie with Rangers in the next qualifying round.
We say: HJK Helsinki 2-3 (3-5 on aggregate) Malmo
Both teams are attack-minded and like to get on the front foot, so an entertaining end-to-end encounter could be on the cards.
Malmo, however, are demonstrably the better side and their recent flurry of goals suggests there will be no shortage of final-third action for the visitors - meaning they can convert their slim lead into a decisive one and set up a tantalising clash with Rangers.
Omonia vs. Dinamo Zagreb (Tuesday, 5.00pm)
We say: Omonia 1-2 Dinamo Zagreb (1-4 on aggregate)
Henning Berg's back-to-back Cypriot champions may have been on a high coming into this Champions League campaign, but his experienced side let the game get away from them at the Maksimir and - chasing goals to catch up - could do so again this week.
Dinamo, meanwhile, have benefited from several competitive outings to prepare them for this Tuesday's challenge, so are likely to capitalise through their deadly attacking combinations, as they inch closer to the hallowed ground of the group stages.
Flora vs. Legia (Tuesday, 5.00pm)
Legia Warsaw will be looking to advance to the third qualifying round of the 2021-22 Champions League when they travel to Tallinn to take on Flora on Tuesday evening.
The visitors will bring a 2-1 advantage into the second leg of their second qualifying round contest, with Rafael Lopes scoring a last-minute winner for the Polish side in their first meeting last week.
We say: Flora 1-2 Legia Warsaw
Flora are capable of making it a difficult second leg for Legia, but we are finding it difficult to back against the visitors, who are stronger across the park. Flora should have enough to get their name on the scoresheet once again, but we are fully expecting the Polish side to advance to the next round.
Zalgiris vs. Ferencvaros (Tuesday, 6.00pm)
The Hungarian champions are in the driving seat when it comes to the contest, having recorded a 2-0 victory in the first leg of their second qualifying round contest last week.
We say: FK Zalgiris 1-2 Ferencvaros
Zalgiris have left themselves with an awful lot to do in the second leg, and we are finding it incredibly difficult to back against Ferencvaros considering their strength. As a result, we have tipped the visitors to win 2-1 on the night, which would hand them a 4-1 aggregate success in the second qualifying round.