Peter Stoger’s men were shocked 2-1 at Signal-Iduna-Park in the reverse fixture, no thanks to Valon Berisha’s brace which rendered Andre Schurrle’s effort a mere consolation.
Both sides cancelling each other out at the end of 90 minutes is available at the price of (3.80) with the same betting firm.
Having won the reverse fixture of this outing, Sallzburg are in pole position to make it to the quarterfinals ahead of their illustrious visitors.
Besides, they have been impressive in the domestic league in recent years following their back to back Bundesliga titles. They continue to maintain their dominance on the table, eight points clear of second-placed Sturm Graz.
Though they ended up sharing the spoils with Mattersburg in their last outing, they will be looking to surmount the odds of (3.20) to cause another upset here.
Besides, it is not out of place for both teams finding the back of the net given that they have scored in their last five games which makes the price of (1.50) a good offer for punters.
The last meeting between both sides produced three goals, and as they desperately aim to secure passage into the next round of the competition, they will be looking to fire on all cylinders to outwit one another which makes the odds of (1.60) a good value for three or more goals to surface in this match.