Welcome back ladies and gentlemen to another weekend of eSports. Keeping our eye on the LCK (and having a beautiful couple of weeks of tipping) we are hoping to keep the train moving, and clean up in a few more games. Coming into week #4, we eye of the weekends selections, and see where the best value can be found. So far we are 5/6 correct this split (with map scores included) so let’s keep the streak going moving into the weekend!
This breaks my heart. ROX Tigers look phenomenal at the moment; with a couple of clean 2-0 weeks, they look incredibly poised to bring back some of the old form we know and love. I make no reservations here, I love MVP; the team i’ve followed since day #1, and another instance where I will tip AGAINST them. I love MVP, but ROX are strong, too strong right now, and I just can’t see MVP being able to beat them this week. Taking a map shouldn’t be an issue, but don’t expect them to close out. ROX should win this 2-1, but take over 2.5 maps for the best value here.
I don’t hide the fact at all; I dislike KT Rolster. Something about them makes this expert angry… but I respect them. KT Rolster are something of an enigma to me. During regular split play, they aren’t anything to look at twice, but get them to playoffs and it’s like watching an entirely different team. BBQ Olivers I don’t think should still be in the LCK; yes, they did better than Kongdoo Monster, but they really aren’t anything special. Expect KT Rolster to win this one 2-0.
This one will be interesting in all honesty. I always recommend a game to watch if you can, and this week it’s this one. Jin Air GreenWings are showing huge improvement since last split, so anything is possible. I still don’t expect them to get a map against the powerhouse that is Samsung, but anything is possible. Samsung Galaxy look fantastic though. After another couple of insane weeks by them, they are sitting very comfortable with only one win behind SK Telecom T1, so expect them to pull through with flying colours.
This is the boring one for the weekend. I can’t even put my finger on why. Afreeca Freecs have lost their magic, and being in almost last place, i’m just not sure what’s going on. Longzhu are slowly regaining lost form, but still aren’t really anything special to look at. This one could go either way in all honesty, so for a value bet, i’d take the OVER 2.5 maps.
And that’s all for the week folks. It’s going to be a great weekend of eSports, and it only gets more exciting the further into the split you get. As usual, happy punting, and here’s hoping Optimus Crime can keep the streak rolling!
Take note: Any of the tips in this article are simply the author’s opinion, so bet at your own risk and always gamble responsibly. Also be sure to check out the Before You Bet Twitter Page for all our thoughts in the lead up to bets! Happy punting!
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