A goalless draw in the first leg, which saw Club Brugge become the first side in Europa League history to go 11 games unbeaten from the start of the group stage, leaves the Belgian outfit needing to score at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev if they are to progress without the need for a penalty shootout.
Boths sides looked like two strong defensive teams in this Europa league season.
Dnipro kept a clean sheet in 4 of the last 6 Europa league games and Brugge did not cash more than a goal per match in this European season.
* - Odds correct at time of publication, and are subject to change.
- PickUnder 2.5
- Odds-143 Bet365
- Match result1-0 (+6.30)