Europa League: Gap Connah's Quay have 'nothing to lose' - Morrison
|Europa League second qualifying round|
|Venue: Belle Vue, Rhyl Date: Thursday, 21 July Kick-Off: 18:45 BST|
|Coverage: Live on BBC Radio Wales, BBC Sport website and app.|
Director of football Andy Morrison says Gap Connah's Quay have "nothing to lose" in their Europa League second leg against FK Vojvodina.
Morrison's side lost 1-0 in the second qualifying round first leg in Serbia.
Nomads held out until the 86th minute with Aleksandar Palocevic's winner denying them a draw following a brave defensive display.
"It was very difficult to take and left the lads shattered with it being so close," Morrison told BBC Wales Sport.
"But we've regrouped and we'll go again. We'll go about if differently on Thursday and hopefully we'll ask a few more questions of them.
"We put two balls in the whole game into their box and both of them caused them a problem.
"We know we can get up to that final third and can ask questions of them.
"It's making sure we don't conceded against them which would mean we would have to score three, which would be very difficult.
"But we're going in there with no fear whatsoever. We've got nothing to lose."
Nomads will be without midfielder Danny Harrison for the second leg at Rhyl's Belle Vue, where they held Norwegian side Stabæk to a goalless draw in the first qualifying round.
The winners of the tie will face Dinamo Minsk of Belarus or St Patrick's of Ireland in the third qualifying round.