Our prediction for this Champions League match:
Shkendija will be looking to get their job done in the Champions League qualifying tie against Nomme Kalju when the two sides take on each other at Tose Proeski Arena on Tuesday evening. The Macedonian club proved their worth in the first leg, but their job is only half done. Given their impressive home record in the Macedonian top flight, it is no wonder Shkendija are seen as hot favourites to win the second leg.
The Estonian champions, on the other hand, must be low on confidence ahead of the trip to Macedonia and seeing that Shkendija had no fewer than 20 goal attempts in the first leg, we are positive that the visitors are going to return home empty-handed. Agim Ibraimi, who scored the winner in the first leg, will be the man to keep an eye on in the home team.