We break down some predictions to consider for your bet slip from Wednesday’s scheduled CS:GO games.
Endpoint have been a decent team in the last few months of CS:GO action. So much so that they have climbed to No. 36 in the world. Gambit Youngsters, ranked 49 in the world, are a strong team, which is why the odds are favourable for Endpoint.
In terms of recent form, Endpoint have won two of their last three games while Gambit Youngsters have lost three of the last four matches. Endpoint will rely heavily on Thomas for their output, considering he has been the most prolific offensive player for them over the last three months.
Team Secret (1.84)
This game is anyone’s for the taking. Team Secret have been in solid form over the last few months, which has directly led to their ascent up the CS:GO pecking order. They have won four of their last five matches, including comfortable routs of Ago and Singularity during this period.
They will be tested by a decent Illuminar team. However, there isn’t much known about Illuminar’s recent form considering they haven’t played a lot of the higher-profile tournaments in 2020. Percy, averaging 0.71 kills and 0.61 deaths per round in the last three months, will be entrusted with leading the offensive charge again.
Forze are the highest-ranked team in action in Wednesday’s CS:GO schedule. They have moved to 18 in the world, which is already an indicator that they have achieved that by challenging the world’s best. That, in itself, showcases their strength.
In the head-to-head matchup, Forze have beaten Sprout in 8 of 12 maps. Forze won comfortably in straight maps the last time these two met at the United Masters League (16-14 in Inferno and 19-17 in Mirage). Xsepower will lead this Forze unit. He will also have able support from Fl1t and Facecrack, who are averaging over 0.70 kills in the last three months of pro CS:GO.