In a sentence: This is not a fixture which will reverberate around Europe, but it’s sure to be fiercely contested.
Last time: These sides have never previously met. Both teams have won twice against teams from their opponent’s country in the past, though.
This time: Partizan Belgrade are 32/19 to win with Viktoria Plzen at 79/40 and the draw 12/5.
You might remember: Viktoria Plzen winning home and away against Serbian opponents in 2015. FK Vojvodina were dispatched 5-0 on aggregate. Ďuriš, Kopic (with two), Vaněk and an own goal from Djurić saw Plzen through in style.