Stoke looked on for a strong win in the 1st leg but the score remained 1-0 after an early 2nd minute goal and The Potters look a bit unbackable at 2/9 with Stan James to qualify.
Stoke may hold the upper hand (and should probably go through) but Hajduk showed decent resilience in England and a recent home draw with Barcelona and a brace of home wins before that show they may be more of a handful than Stoke realise.
Hajduk Split are outsiders in 90 minutes at 19/10 (Boylesports) which is worth taking on, especially as Stoke (7/5, Blue Square) may find the away European trips a new experience to get their heads around.
Even more appealing is the 16/5 with Boylesports about a win by just 1 goal for Split, leaving the tie in the balance. Should that be a 1-0 win (7/1, Sportingbet) then extra time is on the cards but any other win by a 1 goal margin and Stoke are through. This is why it is probably not worth going as far as backing Hajduk Split at 4/1 to qualify with Paddy Power.