One of the more intriguing second legs to be played in the Eurocup Qualifying Round pits Buducnost against Brose Baskets Bamberg on Wednesday night in Montenegro.
In the opening leg, the German team trailed 34-27 at half-time but returned to the floor with a renewed sense of vigor and won the contest, 64-61.
Brose Bamberg coach Chris Fleming believes his team will have the "mental advantage of the first victory" when the second leg is played in Podgorica.
"In the first game, were behind at half-time but won the second half by 10 points," he said.
"I am confident that we will play in the Eurocup."
The managing director of Bamberg, Wolfgang Heyder, is also optimistic.
"We have good chances to win the game," he said.
"Although much will depend on the external circumstances, I think we are strong enough to win the game."
Bamberg haven't lost the momentum of their win over Buducnost because on Sunday, they defeated Artland Dragons 74-68 in the German Basketball Bundesliga.
Buducnost, meanwhile, will be full of confidence if their dominating display at Radnicki in the Adriatic League over the weekend is anything to go by.
The Montenegrin outfit won the game at a canter, 82-55.
The coach of Buducnost, Dejan Radonjic, saw a lot of mental strength from his team in the victory.
"We played well on defense," he said.
"We successfully overcame and a long trip from Germany where we had played a qualifying match for the Eurocup.
"We enter into every game with a goal to win."