Dinamo derby in store in third qualifying stage of the Champions League.
Stadion Maksimir, Maksimir, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Key Stat: Dinamo Zagreb have won four games in a row, while Dinamo Tbilisi have won just two of their previous six matches.
Expert Verdict: Dinamo Zagreb have a lot more big-game experience, reaching the group stage of the competition last year, beating Arsenal at home to record one of the most famous wins in the history of the club. To have the chance to rack up more scalps, the Croatian side must get past Dinamo Tbilisi first and they should get a comfortable win here to gain control of the tie.
Vardar were vanquished by Dinamo Zagreb in the last round of qualifying for the Champions League, with the Croatian side winning each leg by a single goal to go through to the next round.
That victory set up a clash against Dinamo Tbilisi - a club they have never played before - with manager Zoran Mamic likely to keep faith with the same players that have won four games in a row. Pjaca scored twice in the last round so comes into this crucial first leg in decent form.
Jezina, Sigali, Schildenfeld, Paulo Machado, Matel, Antolic, Stojanovic, Rog, Soudani, Hodzic, Pjaca.
Georgian side Dinamo Tbilisi came through the last qualifying round fairly easily, beating Alashkert 2-0 at home and following up that comfortable victory with a 1-1 draw in the away leg of the tie. Dinamo Zagreb are a big step up in class, however, and Dinamo Tbilisi will want to keep the first leg as tight as possible to improve their chances of making it through to the group stage.
Juraj Jarabek's men are outsiders for this game, but Kvilitaia, goalscorer in the last round, is a talented player who can cause a lot of problems for the Croatian team.
Scribe, Amisulashvili, Spicic, Lobzhanidze, Rene, Velev, Parunashvili, Jighauri, Tchanturishvili, Dvalishvili, Kvilitaia.
This will be the first game on record between Dinamo Zagreb and Dinamo Tbilisi, so whoever wins this Champions League third qualifying round tie, history is certain to be made here.
Dinamo Zagreb are strong favourites for this game and it is hard to argue with the odds, which see Dinamo Tbilisi offered as big-priced outsiders to come out on top in their away leg. The Croatian side really should have too much for the visitors and a win by two clear goals is not out of the question, making their task in the second leg a relatively straightforward one despite the trip.
Odds of 1/3 on Dinamo Zagreb winning the match do not look particularly good value, but the hosts are very likely to win this first leg. Dinamo Tbilisi can be backed at a price as big as 9/1, while the draw has been made available at odds of 4/1. Perhaps the best value for this Champions League qualifier can be found in the handicap markets, with Dinamo Zagreb -1 available at Evens, while a 2-0 home win can be backed at a juicy price of 6/1.