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22/9/20 ESL Pro League Season 12 Tips
1. ORDER vs. Avant Garde
The first match of Tuesday, 22 September is between ORDER and Avant Garde. Now, according to the statistics seen at the ESL One: Cologne – Oceania 2020, Avant Garde defeated ORDER at the match held on 29 August with the following scores:
- Map 1 – Dust II: ORDER – 11 and Avant Garde – 16
- Map 2 – Nuke: ORDER – 16 and Avant Garde – 13
- Map 3 – Train: ORDER – 18 and Avant Garde – 22
With Sterling as the only player who maintained a constant rating at the top throughout all three rounds, Avant Garde was able to gain a win for that day and made it to the final match where they won against Renegades.
Moving on towards the progress made by the teams at ESL Pro League, ORDER has won one match against Paradox, one against Chiefs CSGO, one against Avant Garde, and also lost one to them. Whereas Avant Garde has won a match against Chiefs CSGO, one against ORDER, and lost one to ORDER.
Even though both teams have proven themselves to a close competition, we are rooting for Avant Garde to win this toe to toe showdown on Tuesday and would recommend you do the same – Bet @ Picklebet
2. 100 Thieves vs. Triumph
The second match of the day is between 100 Thieves and Triumph. As per the results of ESL One Cologne – North America, 100 Thieves only won one of the three matches they participated in while Triumph couldn’t win either of the two matches they were a part of.
Neither one of them made it even into the semi-finals.
Let’s look at the scores of the match held on 20 August:
- Map 1 – Overpass: Evil Geniuses – 16 and Triumph – 6
- Map 1 – Inferno: Evil Geniuses – 16 and Triumph – 5
Considering these scores, although Triumph player moose maintained a constant rate, they were no match for 100 Thieves on 19 Aug with these scores:
- Map 1 – Vertigo: 100 Thieves – 16 and Gen.G – 13
- Map 2 – Nuke: 100 Thieves – 11 and Gen.G – 16
- Map 1 – Inferno: 100 Thieves – 16 and Gen.G – 13
100 Thieves has one of the three matches they have participated in while Triumph has lost all three matches yet of the ESL Pro League.
These drastic differences in scores seem good enough to elucidate the fact that 100 Thieves are way more likely to win against Triumph – Bet @ Picklebet
3. Evil Geniuses vs. Team Liquid
The third match of the day; held between Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid.
Marvelously winning all the matches they participated in, Evil Geniuses won the final of ESL One Cologne – North America against Team Liquid as well with these scores:
- Map 1 – Nuke: Evil Geniuses – 19 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 2 – Vertigo: Evil Geniuses – 9 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 3 – Inferno: Evil Geniuses – 16 and Team Liquid – 12
- Map 4 – Mirage: Evil Geniuses – 6 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 1 – Dust II: Evil Geniuses – 16 and Team Liquid – 12
Team liquid won three of the five matches they took part in along with winning the semi-final against Chaos with the following scores:
- Map 1 – Inferno: Team Liquid – 16 and Chaos – 13
- Map 2 – Nuke: Team Liquid – 16 and Chaos – 8
As for ESL Pro League, Evil Geniuses have won two of the three matches they have taken part in, whereas Team Liquid has won two of the three they have participated in yet.
The chances of either team winning are dangerously close but we are of course in favor of the finalist of the previous tournament: Evil Geniuses, and we suggest you do the same – Bet @ Picklebet
4. Vici Gaming vs. Invictus Gaming (iG)
Vici Gaming is to contest against iG. Vici Gaming won two of the four matches they competed in while iG won one of the three matches they took part in of the ESL One Cologne – Asia.
Vici Gaming made it to the finals against Tyloo:
- Map 1 – Vertigo: Vici Gaming – 0 and Tyloo – 16
- Map 2 – Inferno: Vici Gaming – 16 and Tyloo – 3
- Map 3 – Mirage: Vici Gaming – 2 and Tyloo – 16
- Map 4: Vici Gaming – 13 and Tyloo – 16
The scores of the one match that iG won go as:
- Map 1 – Nuke: Beyond Esports – 13 and iG – 16
- Map 2 – Inferno: Beyond Esports – 16 and iG – 14
- Map 3 – Dust II: Beyond Esports – 8 and iG – 16
As of now, both iG and Vici have won three of the five matches they have taken part in at the ESL Pro League.
Judging from these statistics, it seems to us that Vici Gaming has a higher chance of winning – Bet @ Picklebet
5. FURIA vs. Chaos
FURIA, winner of the DreamHack Open Summer 2020: North America and Chaos go head to head for the fifth match. Chaos won two of the four matches they took part in while FURIA won all four matches they participated in including the finals with these scores:
- Map 1 – Vertigo: FURIA – 11 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 2 – Nuke: FURIA – 19 and Team Liquid – 16
- Map 3 – Inferno: FURIA – 16 and Team Liquid – 11
FURIA currently has three wins out of all three matches they have participated in up till now, and Chaos has won two of the four matches they took part in.
Keeping these results in mind, we are highly in favor of FURIA for the fifth match – Bet @ Picklebet
6. Gen.G vs. Cloud9
And finally, for the last match of the day, we have Gen.G and Cloud9 competing against each other. Gen.G lost both of the matches they participated in ESL One Cologne – North America, while Cloud9 won one of the three matches they took part in.
The one match Cloud9 won was with these scores:
- Map 1 – Dust II: Cloud9 – 14 and Triumph – 16
- Map 2 – Overpass: Cloud9 – 16 and Triumph – 4
- Map 3 – Inferno: Cloud9 – 16 and Triumph – 9
We think Cloud9 will secure the win because they won one match against Triumph with 16-3 for the first map and 16-2 for the second on ESL Pro League on 12 September – Bet @ Picklebet